Nowadays, most homeowners prefer to have screened gazebos in their gardens to relax and have a cup of tea while they enjoy the view. The structure has also been made popular by architects and landscape artists, who construct elaborate gazebos in gardens and backyards.
Options for Screened Gazebos
A gazebo can be open or screened from all sides. An open gazebo, although quite beautiful to look at, does not provide shelter from wind and rain. Screened gazebos, on the other hand, are ideal for all weather conditions.
Screened gazebos are made with netting, to keep small insects from attacking you and your food. The best way to make a gazebo look inviting for your guests is to arrange a couple of wicker chairs with colorful cushions, a coffee table, and a vase of fresh flowers.
For a very whimsical gazebo style, you can also install a canopy that has polyester screens. These polyester screens can be zippered up to keep the mosquitoes at bay and to give you privacy. When you are not using the hot tub, the polyester canopy can be tied back.
These are excellent for cottage style homes, and become a perfect spot to curl up with a book. Many home improvement stores have kits, which are excellent for homeowners who want to construct their own gazebo. They are very easy to install and anyone handy with tools will have no problem using them.