In recent years, given the current times, the fashion for DIY is spreading more and more, that is, taking personal care of the construction of decorative objects and why not, also of more functional elements and complex. With rising prices and the economic crisis, we tend to cut back on expenses that we can more easily give up, which is why many purchases are often postponed. In indoor and outdoor furniture, however, there is a way not to deprive yourself of these excessively expensive accessories. This alternative solution is represented by DIY. From then on, you can decide to devote yourself personally to the construction of decorative objects, furniture or other elements for your home, without incurring too exorbitant expenses. Doing it yourself is an economical solution,
DIY in the garden can be a pleasant and profitable activity not only for your own pockets, but also to stimulate creativity and usefully occupy your free time. Building tables, furniture or small decorative accessories for your home helps give the environment in which you live a personal and original identity because you can be sure to have furniture that no one else will ever have in your garden or your apartment. Making an arbor yourself can be an alternative to buying traditional or custom-made by skilled craftsmen. The creation of an arbor for your outdoor space brings advantages above all from an economic point of view since it is limited to covering the costs of materials and tools for its construction and also from an aesthetic point of view. can be sure. Unique and very personal gazebo. Devoting yourself to building a garden arbor requires a minimum of passion and a lot of skill. It is not certain that only those who already have some experience in this type of activity can approach this work, but it is clear that those who are absolutely shy in this sort of thing will not find it easy and relaxing.
The construction of a gazebo, like everything else, must be preceded by drawing up a project on paper in which the guidelines of the structure are drawn and the dimensions and proportions are carefully calculated. The floor plan generally used, in DIY construction, is the square plan, because it is much easier even for the less experienced to create the support base and the cover of the structure. The roof is generally chosen between the pagoda and the pergola. Once the work plan has been drawn up, all you have to do is arm yourself with creativity, patience and a little practical sense to build your own gazebo using the previously prepared project instructions as a reference. The first thing to do is to buy the wood from the measurements cut to the number of pieces and dimensions that the project illustrates on paper. Once the raw material and assembly elements such as tools (pliers, screwdrivers, hammer) and screws, bolts, nails, etc. acquired, you can move on to the second phase which consists simply of assembling all the elements and fixing them. they or they. When the structure is finally fully assembled, all that remains is to mount the canvas that will serve as the roof if necessary or the side curtains. nails and so on, you can move on to the second phase which is just putting all the pieces together and fixing them. When the structure is finally fully assembled, all that remains is to mount the canvas that will serve as the roof if necessary or the side curtains. nails and so on, you can move on to the second phase which is just putting all the pieces together and fixing them. When the structure is finally fully assembled, all that remains is to mount the canvas that will serve as the roof if necessary or the side curtains.
However, before moving on to the various decorations and embellishments, it is important to color the gazebo. Specific paints will be necessary for this type of material in order to avoid bad weather problems and to make the gazebo resistant to the passage of time. Among the different colors you can choose from, there are the classic natural wood colors or the bright and vivid colors. It all depends on personal taste and the style of the garden. Once the coloring varnishes have been applied, you must continue to treat the wood with anti-mold paints to stop the disintegrating action of the weather that ends up rotting the wood and in the last phase you must not forget to apply a fireproof varnish. . , which makes the wood fire resistant.