Gallery featuring pictures and descriptions of 17 handsome budget gazebo designs, showing the variety of styles available at any price.
Welcome to our gallery featuring a variety of great gazebo designs to fit any budget.
We love gazebos, plain and simple. They’re one of the best additions you can make to any yard.
Gazebos come in all shapes and sizes, so there’s bound to be one that will complete the look of your own landscape.
When deciding on a gazebo, your major concerns should revolve around looks, functionality, and size, rather than how much it’s going to cost. Of course, you’ve got a budget, but it doesn’t have to entirely dictate your purchase.
We decided to put together this list of budget gazebos to show that cost is truly not much of a limiting factor. We’ve got gazebos in a wild variety of sizes, colors, materials, and shapes, all design to fit within a given budget tier from below $100 to over $2000.
If you’re looking to put a new gazebo into your own yard, you’ll want to first consider the layout and size of your yard. How much room do you have? Where would you like to place the gazebo? It’s important to know where and how you’ll place it before dropping any cash.
Another important consideration is the purpose of your gazebo. Maybe you want something simple to put up for parties and take down right after. Maybe you want something more sturdy and permanent.
Finally, we think it’s very important to consider the style and look of your gazebo, considering how it will fit into your yard. Some folks want to match or contrast with the home itself, while others enjoy pairing the gazebo with a major yard feature like a pool or patio.
For our list, we’ve broken budget gazebos down into 5 major tiers. Moving from sub-$100 options on up, we bring you a selection of great examples for each narrow price range. This way, you’ll be able to quickly and effectively focus your search for a beautiful gazebo that fits your budget.
Tier 1: $100 or less
1. Quictent Garden Canopy Gazebo
This handsome gazebo has a light and breezy look, thanks to its mesh sides that allow for full flowing air while still keeping mosquitos and other bugs at bay. This is perfect for impromptu gatherings, weddings, and other parties.
2. CobraCo 3-Sided Gazebo Arch
This simple but elegant design is made for a much different purpose than most gazebos. Rather than offering shelter or comfort, it’s an ornamental feature designed to enhance the garden.
Tier 2: $500 or less
3. Sunjoy Manila Gazebo
Packing in a full 100 square feet of space, this handsome canopy gazebo is the perfect size for outdoor dining, with plenty of room for a full dining table and chairs. The side curtains can be parted for full openness or closed off for bug protection.
4. Coral Coast Garden Bloom 10 x 10 ft. Gazebo Canopy
If you’re looking for something with a little more modern elegance, this gazebo might be the perfect choice. Its sturdy metal construction and angular looks support a broad canopy that will protect a lot of space from the weather.
5. Hampton Bay 12 ft. x 12 ft. Harbor Gazebo
Similarly elegant to the model above, this large gazebo provides an abundance of space and options for both closing off and completely opening the sides. The small fences on the legs help define the interior.
6. Abba Patio Square Butterfly Gazebo
Here’s a truly unique looking gazebo, with a minimalist frame and twisted, sloping roof canopy. The modern, artful look and shape will make it stand out in any landscape.
Tier 3: $1000 or less
7. CorLiving Riverside Patio Gazebo in Textured Black Weave
Thick rattan wrapped pillars and a sleek canopy define this elegant, modern styled gazebo. The large size and light weight mean that it’s useful and portable in equal measure.
8. Sunjoy 10 Foot by 12 Foot Gazebo
With 120 square feet of floor space beneath its broad canopy, this gazebo has plenty of room for activities, dining, or relaxing. The wraparound curtains can be drawn back for a fully opened look.
9. XtremepowerUS Hard Roof Patio Gazebo
The strong aluminum poles make for a heavy duty structure, as does the solid roof. Cloth side wraps can be drawn together for ultimate bug protection.
10. Oakland Living Iron Garden Gazebo
Here’s another uniquely styled garden gazebo designed to accent the look of your yard with elegant iron construction. Gazebos like this would be perfect for growing roses on.
Tier 4: $2000 or less
11. Jackson 12 ft. x 10 ft. Hardtop Gazebo
With its lightly increased price tag, we see a more sturdy, permanent-standing gazebo with a hardtop roof. The broad construction and dark tone make for an elegant presence in the yard.
12. Sunjoy Lendor 10′ x 12′ Aluminum and Steel Gazebo
Powder coated aluminum and steel construction result in a classy, detailed looking gazebo. The gentle single-angled slope of the roof is a unique design that lets it sit comfortably near your house or patio edge.
13. Design Toscano The Amelie Architectural Steel Garden Gazebo
Here’s another luxuriously styled, all-steel garden gazebo. The hand painted metal is formed into ornate shapes and even supports the addition of curtains for privacy.
14. Sunjoy Wyndham Patio Gazebo
The 10 by 12 foot dimensions of this galvanized steel hardtop roof gazebo will be durable enough for year-round use. The frame includes a track for optional privacy panels and supports a central light mounting and full mosquito netting.
Tier 5: $2000 and up
15. Austram-Griffith Creek Designs Lattice Pavilion
This is perhaps the most elaborate lattice-style gazebo we’ve seen, with a powder coated steel construction, open air roof for planting options, and a distinctly Victorian style. It’s ready for additional seating or lighting to make the perfect outdoor getaway.
16. Gazebo Penguin Four Season Gazebo
With a generous 12 by 16 feet of space covered by a glass roof that blocks UV rays while letting sunlight through, this gazebo is designed for warm climates and starry nights. The screening can be removed and replaced, while light fixtures can be mounted on either of two built-in hooks.
17. Fifthroom Octagon Gazebo
Crafted from southern yellow pine, treated to prevent decay and insect damage, it’s both gorgeous and hardy in the face of the elements. The ornate roof and octagonal shape help it stand out in truly bold fashion.