Make the most of your garden to experience sunrises, sunsets, and everything in between.

This residential gazebo constructed by Enville Oak has enabled our clients to enjoy their outdoor space with a sheltered area which can be used for entertainment and relaxation alike.

It was an essential part of this brief that the gazebo constructed should allow space for entertainment; Enville Oak ensured there was a sufficient area for BBQs, pizza ovens, and more to entertain friends and family on the garden patio.

Large Oak Gazebo

The pinnacle of entertainment spaces...

The gazebo, which was bespoke built for our client by the Enville Oak team, frames the French doors of the existing property for immediate access to the garden.

The large gazebo is finished with recessed downlights for a clean and contemporary look, which is complete with white boarding to the topside of the roof.

The focal point of the lighting, however, is the decorative hanging rustic chandelier, meaning the gazebo can be used well into the night.

This gazebo is the pinnacle of entertainment spaces, and provides the perfect architectural feature for our client’s garden.

Solid oak posts

The open sided gazebo is structured by solid oak posts, hand carved by Enville Oak at our premises. The framework continues with exposed rafters on the underside of the roof for a beautiful and detailed design.

Curved braces

The oak curved braces featured on this structure not only help to reinforce the framework but achieves a stunning finished look.

Granite staddle stones

The structure rests on rectangular granite staddle stones, which are used for support as well as for decoration, providing a smooth transition from the modern grey patio to the oak gazebo.

Mansard roof

The plain clay tiles on this mansard roof feature a distinctive design which pays tribute to the existing property. The mansard roof gently slopes down for efficient drainage.

Lantern glass roof light

By incorporating a lantern glass roof light into the roof of this gazebo, we were able to facilitate more sunlight into the structure, allowing our clients to make the most of the sunshine and moonlight.

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