Once you’ve decided on the size and material of your arbor, it’s time to start looking around for the different styles available. Not every style can be easily made from all three of the above materials. So choose it carefully!
Do you want a traditional arbor? => Arched
- This is the style you are likely to have in your head when someone mentions arbors.
- As you might have guessed from the name, these are thorns is characterized by its curved tips.
- You are most used to it Mark the entry and exit points in the garden and are usually small to medium in size.
- Metal is the most popular material for arched mandrels as it is very easy to get them into a flowing arch shape.
- Vinyl is also a great material for domed mandrels, but it’s not widely used Wood is rarely used as it can be difficult to make.
- Natural arbors are also often arched, as is the case Easiest to achieve when working with plants or stones.
Do you want something unique? => Gable
- Use gable spikes a Pitched roof design, similar to that of a traditional cottage.
- These arbors are often paired with small benches and are strategically placed throughout the outdoor area to cater to your guests a shady place to sit.
- They are most of them usually made of wood, and sometimes Work bricks or bricks into the roof element.
Do you want an impressive structure? => Traditional
- Most of the traditional arbors are rectangular shape with flat top to contrast the plants that climb on them.
- They stand out for their open frameworks that often contain grids.
- These arbors are often pretty massive and look very impressive both from a distance and up close.
- They are like gable thorns usually made of woodbut can also sometimes be found in vinyl.
- Traditional arbors are usually the ones most robust type due to their size and weight, but can also come with one juicy price!