Modern garden architecture and the most widely read magazines of outdoor architecture show us how the same aluminum can become easy to model to create various models of gazebos. Some suitable for simple protection from the sun’s rays and others fixed and waterproof, perfect for any type of season and climate.
Some summer models of gazebos are characterized by a micro-perforated fabric roof, useful for filtering rainwater. It is advisable to remove the micro-perforated fabric cover during the winter season. The frame of the gazebo is dominated by the color of the paint which creates a pleasant contrast with the light curtains. The colors of the structure can be: black, brown, green, white. While the most requested colors for the covers and curtains are: white, ivory, champagne, beige, yellow, orange, red, green, light blue, blue, gray … or, if you don’t like these, some gazebo manufacturers offer the possibility to choose both the color of the preferred structure and the color of the curtains and the cover of your gazebo. In short, you can really have fun giving free rein to your imagination and good taste. Other summer models of gazebos offer a particular decoration of the model made with curtains on all four sides. We talk about sliding curtains that can be left open or closed if you want particular privacy. The fabric used for the curtains can be of any type. We go from curtains made of slightly thicker and heavier acrylic fabric to transparent and colored curtains, perfect for guaranteeing excellent coverage from the too hot rays of the sun and to allow only the passage of the cool breeze of the warm months.
The fixed gazebo models offer greater choice both as regards the materials to be used to make and decorate them and the quality of the fabric that will cover the skeleton of your gazebo. Precisely because these are fixed structures that must withstand any type of climate, therefore strong wind, snow, rain and much more, we recommend the use of large iron bolts, able to fix the aluminum poles of the gazebo both in the soft land of the garden than on the asphalt of your own courtyard. Here, too, the colors of the skeleton paint can be of any type, it is often waterproof paint, to prevent the aluminum itself from being attacked by atmospheric agents. While, the recommended covers are those in plastic material, PVC, tarpaulin, polycarbonate (or a transparent synthetic resin). The sloping or “pointed” roof, made with the material listed above, allows rainwater to slide down without getting stuck on the roof and risking weighing it down or breaking it. In addition, the stiffness of the material and the soft curves allow the cover itself to remain firmly attached to the aluminum skeleton, especially when attacked by strong winds.
As for the aluminum poles or pillars, there are usually four, linked at the top to mighty aluminum beams which joined together create a square “base” where the roof is surmounted. But the shape of your gazebo can also be hexagonal, rectangular, elongated with rounded corners, circular and much more. The shape obviously increases the number of poles to be inserted into the ground to feed the stability of the gazebo. Also in this field, art has merged with technology and from this merger extraordinary forms have been born to give life to those that a time were very simple models of gazebos. Some look like real Renaissance domes, surrounded by glass or with only the tempered glass roof resistant to any type of impact. The glasses can be both dark and transparent. On the other hand, the more elaborate forms of gazebos offer circular roofs surrounded by aluminum arches and small decorations added in the rounded corners.Some models of gazebos are real outdoor houses made of wrought iron or aluminum. Decorated to the extreme with detailed workmanship always of the same material as the gazebo and possibly covered with various types of curtains. Particularly elegant and pleasant to observe, they often dominate the gardens of large villas in the open countryside.
Even if it is wood of a certain type, the use of iron or aluminum is preferred mainly because the wood, being fragile, cannot resist forever. In fact, the organic material, remaining for a long time in outdoor places, still risks being damaged or weakened. This is why the wood has been replaced by solid and non-organic materials and the latter are protected by special paints to ensure the long life of the beloved gazebo.
In addition, the gazebo is increasingly used which, combined with its skeleton, has large benches in solid material or even a few tables in the center, all the furniture combined with the structure itself. No longer a single cover to furnish as you wish, but a real outdoor living room already furnished, where you can have a pleasant cup of coffee in solitude, read books and even chat with friends. they strive to offer the best and allow you to furnish homes around the globe with truly original pieces.
Better oriented in a much more complex sector than we usually think, such as that relating to the world of gazebos. Fundamental in furnishing and in giving a new face to your green corner, these products must in fact be chosen with great attention and absolute awareness of the characteristics of each type of product.
That’s why we are doing this roundup on many products, this time focusing on the so-called aluminum gazebos. Specifically, we believe that what we are presenting to you is the ideal solution for all those who do not want to faint and who, at the same time, are looking for an alternative that can best adapt to the various types of garden.