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Sunday, May 18, 2014

Flower Trellis Arch

This beautiful flower trellis arch from A Rustic Garden will make a most romantic addition to anyone's garden. This arch with trellised sides and a roof of slats is made from steel and is fashioned in the Mission style. Mission style furniture was developed in 1895 and was patterned after the furniture found in California's early Spanish missions. It can be identified by straight lines and flat surfaces that brought out the beauty of the wood grain and eschewed the flourishes of much Victorian furniture. Chairs, benches and tables often have slats, which are echoed in this trellis arch.

The Flower Trellis Arch comes in two heights. One is 83 and a half inches tall, and the other is 101 and a half inches tall. Both have a 65 inch long roof and are 53 inches wide on the inside. Another benefit of the trellis arch is that it can be expanded to become a pergola or a gazebo. A pergola is a structure that is wider than the trellis arch and is often used to provide shade. A gazebo is a tiny house or an outside room.

Though the trellis arch has two heights, it can be ordered in many colors. Among them are rusty, antique white, turquoise, satin shell white, moss green, flat black, and creamy yellow.

The trellis arch is a work of art unto itself, but its beauty can be enhanced. The customer can place a bench inside of it. On the other hand, the trellis can be used as an entranceway, either to another part of the garden or to the walkway that leads to the house. It can also be its own focal point in the landscape.

Of course, climbing vines can be planted by the trellis to finally find their way to its roof. These plants can be climbing roses, clematis, silver lace vine, Virginia creeper, honeysuckle and Carolina jessamine.


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