A gazebo is a free standing open structure which provides you with a sheltered area in your garden. The garden structure can come in a range of shapes: square, hexagonal or rectangular, meaning there is sure to be something to suit your garden style.
An open garden structure creates a focal point either over a hot tub, or furniture. The aim of a gazebo is to give you a private area within your garden, as well as a shelter. Depending on the purpose of your garden gazebo, you can customise it to make it as private and enclosed, or as open as you wish.
What Is A Gazebo Used For?
There are so many wonderful uses of a gazebo! It is the ideal structure for you to enjoy time with loved ones, whilst embracing the beauty of your garden.
When the sun is out in full force, the first thing that comes to mind is a BBQ! A time where you invite family and friends to come and enjoy the sun, whilst eating good food. Having a gazebo at your family garden gatherings creates a setting where you can sit in the garden all day and all evening.
Gain some privacy over your tub hot with a garden shelter. All our garden gazebos are customizable where you can add panels to create side walls. Adding a gazebo over your hot tub, also enables you to create a magical setting, with some garden lights or make it tropical with some hanging plants.
Use a gazebo to create an outdoor dining space, where you can change your evening dinner location. Rather than sitting inside all the time, why not enjoy your dinner outside in the breeze.
The Dunster House Gazebo Range
The Atlas is a heavy duty gazebo that has been designed with large chunky posts, giving you a very large, robust structure. You can add side panels to the atlas range or have it completely open. The timber structure is fully pressure treated, ensuring that your structure lasts and is easy to maintain.
Come rain or shine, you can make use of your garden all year round with an Atlas, as the design of the apex roof ensures that water is able to run freely off the gazebo. The Atlas comes in a range of sizes from:
W2.5m x D2.5m
W3m x D3m
W4m x D3m
W6m x D3
The Utopia is ideal for a patio or decking area, where you want to add a sheltered area. This range comes fully pressure treated, reducing the amount of rot and insect infestation. All the fittings and fixtures are included, making it easier to erect. The wooden Utopia gazebo comes in a range of sizes from:
W2m x D2m
W3m x D3m
W4m x D3m
The fully pressure treated chunky Pegasus gazebo is designed for a larger style of gardens at W5m x D3m. This style of gazebo comes walled and open. If you have a large family or love hosting garden parties then the Pegasus is something you might want to look at. This structure is ideal for a large rattan corner sofa, a coffee table or you can split it into half and have a seating area and hot tub.
Give the corner of your garden a focal point, with the fully pressure treated Unicron gazebo. A corner gazebo is perfect if you want to create an escape hub away from everything else in the garden. This corner gazebo is ideal for a hot tub or putting your feet up and relaxing on the sofa. The unicorn also comes as a fully open structure.
The Centaur corner gazebo is the perfect garden corner escape. At W3m x D3m the garden structure creates a really cosy feel, especially with a large snug sofa. This structure is fully pressure treated, reducing rot and insect infestation.
The Erin has been uniquely designed and is the perfect shelter for a hot tub. On the roof of the Erin there is a perspex dome allowing you to soak up the sun in the day, and stargaze in the evening. This structure is fully pressure treated, ensuring that you have got a gazebo that is going to last. The Erin is customisable as you can add panels on the sides, which is ideal if you want to gain that extra bit of privacy.
The fully pressure treated W5m x D3m Artemis gazebo is a larger open style gazebo, which you can add walls to, if you prefer an enclosed area. The chunky posts make this structure high quality, and durable even in strong winds.
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