In one frame, the Poolside Pergola Pavilion speaks volumes about outdoor living. Its vibrant blue standing seam metal roof stands out, complementing the natural surroundings. This pavilion isn't just about looks; it's a versatile space. Whether you're lounging by the pool or enjoying a lively gathering, it provides a perfect blend of elegance and practicality.
When you are planning an outdoor kitchen, or bar, or lounging area, think about having at least some of the space covered with a solid roof which protects against rain, and provides full shade! Here are some more examples for your outdoor kitchen.
Attached pavilion with outdoor kitchen and fireplace
Pergola with solid roof
Below view of attached pergola Portico
Crafted from the finest Brazilian hardwood, these Ipe pergolas and porticos elevate your outdoor space, seamlessly blending the charm of your home with the tranquility of the natural surroundings. Their rich, natural hues and unparalleled strength not only enhance the aesthetic appeal of your outdoor area but also provide a durable and long-lasting solution against the elements, creating an inviting ambiance that welcomes you to enjoy the beauty of the outdoors in utmost style and comfort.
A pergola is an outdoor structure consisting of vertical pillars or posts that support a series of crossbeams or rafters on top. The beams create a grid-like pattern that provides partial shade and defines a designated space within the outdoor space. Pergolas are often made of wood or metal and can be freestanding or attached to a building. They serve as an architectural element that adds height, visual interest, and a sense of enclosure. Pergolas are commonly used to create outdoor seating areas, dining spaces, or to define pathways. They also offer support for climbing plants, such as vines or roses, which can be trained to grow and cover the pergola, providing additional shade and a lush, green aesthetic.
To learn more about pergolas please visit our Learn Section here
A cedar pergola in a rooftop setting
Pergola Elevation & Plan
At FineHouse we have become increasingly fond of Accoya wood; which is a branded name for Radiata Pine that has been modified by pressure treating it with acetic acid, can you say Vinegar! This process makes it way more durable, stable, and resistant to decay.
In the picture below, we chose Accoya when the customer asked for a black finish. Any other species painted black will seriously distort under the duress of solar radiation.
Accoya is sourced from certified sustainable forests and is fully biodegradable at the end of its life cycle. Its durability means it has a longer lifespan than many other wood products, reducing waste and minimizing the need for frequent replacements. This unique combination of sustainability, durability, and environmentally friendly properties makes it an attractive option for a range of applications, both residential and commercial.
To learn more about Accoya go to https://www.accoya.com/
An Accoya structure...