5 Tips for Designing Arches and Pergolas

Keep these pointers in mind for optimal design solutions when choosing a space for your new arch or pergola.

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A seat placed beneath the lower side of this slightly pitched-roof pergola faces the garden. This variation on the more usual horizontal overhead beams increases the sense that what lies ahead is important, while neighboring houses or utility items behind are secondary.

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