What sets this six-post pergola kit design apart is its unique hexagonal shape. Gazebos, pavilions, pergolas, and arbors, all come in a seemingly endless array of designs fit the individual landscape and purpose. This pergola is unattached, freestanding in the middle of the backyard. With nothing to hinder any kind of style, this pergola could have been any shape or design. The hexagon was a brilliant design idea of Design Manager Mike Jenson. It gave the area an extra eye-catching attractiveness, a configuration seldom seen in an architectural shelter.
Alpine white was right for this pergola. In America, white has been a traditional color for weddings, christenings, communions, baptisms, and other joyful occasions. It carries a sense of purity, goodness, and order; a newness of life. Western Timber Frame® Alpine white stain is the color of perfection and a perfect finish to compliment this beautiful backyard with white picket fences, trellis, matching the trim on the shed and home.
Thank you, Omar, for welcoming us to take pictures of your pristine backyard that your family enjoys so much.