Welcome to our gallery featuring a variety of patio gazebo designs!
Gazebos are one of the best ways to cover an area that needs extra shade or protection from the rain. They can be stylish as well as functional and can really enhance a space.
There are many places that you can put a gazebo. They can be set up out in a garden, in the yard, along a path or by a pond. However, one of the most useful places to put a gazebo is on the patio.
With a gazebo on your patio, you can construct a great space for meals and other gatherings close to the home. They also make great coverings for an outside living room.
You can chill out under your gazebo and have a great meal or look out over your property from your patio.
Some gazebos that can be staged on your patio are easy to pop up and take back down, but there are others that are constructed from more permanent materials. Both have advantages and disadvantages.
The best thing about having a gazebo on your patio is that your comfortable outdoor getaway is never too far from your home. You can simply step outside where you will be as comfortable as if you were still inside, and continue to enjoy the weather.
Your gazebo can be large enough to house a long table and chairs, or maybe just enough to hold a nice set of patio furniture. It can also sit poolside and cover a couple of lounge chairs so you can sit back and relax.
For only a few hundred dollars you can have a simple pop-up gazebo that you can place on your patio and sit under in wonderful shade. For a more permanent gazebo installed into your patio area, you can expect to spend between $1,000 and $3,000. Under this price range, you will have a nice permanent structure that will last you for some time. If you decide that you want something even more involved you can go all out. If you choose to opt for a patio gazebo that has all the bells and whistles it may cost you upwards of $10,000.
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1. Elevated patio gazebo
Here is a relaxed and shady gazebo that is perfect for a nice afternoon nap. The sheer curtains provide a nice stylish addition, giving it a luxurious feel. Your patio will be a splendid escape with a prime relaxation gazebo like this.
2. Poolside patio gazebo
This gazebo houses a great set of patio furniture. This patio gazebo is a strong and permanent structure making it a fabulous outdoor living room.
3. Simple patio gazebo
This patio gazebo sits out on a patio near a bar and a grill. Under the gazebo is a wonderful eating area where you and friends can sit and have a fantastic meal in the shade, out of the danger of rain.
4. Tall patio gazebo
This tall patio gazebo is equipped with a light feature that gives the gazebo use long into the night, keeping your gatherings well lit. This is a perfect place to sit and socialize.
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5. Poolside gazebo
With a curtain and some stylish patio furniture, you can build a great gazebo that will surely become your favorite hangout spot. You and your friends can take it easy in the shade and watch the day go by in comfort.
6. Cloth top gazebo
This gazebo is perfect on a patio. It sits tall above a picnic table, providing an inviting place to gather and share a meal. This patio will have your guests hanging out in your yard for sure.
7. Large mobile gazebo
This elegant and stylish design is the perfect patio gazebo to add style to your backyard area. The metal frame, cloth top, and sheer curtains give this gazebo a nice elegant appeal.
8. Large patio gazebo
This gazebo set off the side of this patio is large enough for a variety of furniture. It has a relaxing lounge area as well as a dining area to have peaceful meals while taking in the scenery.
9. Screened gazebo
This gazebo is screened in to keep it safe from bugs and other pests. This is a great feature of gazebos to use after dark when the insects come out looking for a bite to eat.
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10. Simple metal frame gazebo
This gazebo is a simple but functional gazebo that can be placed on any patio or deck. With metal frame gazebos such as this you can hang plants or any other design elements easily.
11. Minimalist patio gazebo
This gazebo with a stylish flair sets a great stage for a patio seating area that will make your guests feel at home.
12. Rectangular patio gazebo
This gazebo has sheer net curtains that can be drawn to keep bugs out, then tucked away when you no longer need them.
13. Gazebo on a patio with a garden
This patio has a beautiful small garden near the comfortable and shady gazebo. You can sit here in the shade and look out over the verdant landscape.
14. Simple patio gazebo
This simple gazebo has a breezy and elegant feel. The simple posts and light, white draped cloth top brings along an easy and comforting feel that is welcoming and warm.
15. Unique patio gazebo
This interesting and dramatic gazebo draws a lot of attention. With a simple metal frame and a striking top, this gazebo houses a great seating area to hang out and watch the day go by.
16. Cloth top patio gazebo
This kind of gazebo can be placed nearly anywhere. This gazebo goes perfectly on a deck or patio and can be moved or shifted whenever you need to redecorate your outside space.
Source: Zillow Digs™
17. Gazebo with curtains
This patio gazebo has nice thick curtains that can be used to build privacy as well as to control temperature, making this gazebo a comfortable place to hang out in outside.
18. Tall roofed gazebo
This tall and sturdy gazebo provides a wonderfully elegant and high-end space to hold your outdoor meals. You will be dining in style on this serene patio.
19. Brick pillar gazebo
Here is a sturdy structure that is suitable for multiple uses. There is a dining area as well as a lounge. This structure basically creates an open air home away from home.
20. Octagonal gazebo
Here is a shady octagonal gazebo that can be placed over any set of patio furniture making it a great place for you and your family to hang out and enjoy your backyard space.
21. Patio gazebo with overhang
This patio gazebo has a soft fabric top with curtains, but it also has a framed overhang on the sides. This makes this gazebo great in all weather, especially in the rain.
Source: Zillow Digs™
22. Wooden patio gazebo
This patio gazebo houses a few benches and a number of potted plants. Gazebos work well with plants; by hanging plants from the pillars of your gazebo, you bring vibrancy and life to your structure.
23. Raised patio gazebo
This gazebo sits elevated on this patio, making it so the seating area overlooks the pond and garden off to the side of the patio.
24. Patio gazebo with red roof
This patio gazebo covers a nice long bar area as well as a relaxing eating spot. You can have many great times with family and friends while hanging out in this backyard gathering spot.
25. Gazebo with a dynamic roof
This interesting gazebo has a roof design that is not like many others. The roof design draws attention and adds great design elements to the patio space.
Source: Zillow Digs™
26. Blue patio gazebo
This patio gazebo has a relaxing bench, transforming it into a fine relaxation spot that you can escape to when you need some solitude. This is the kind of ideal place where you can quietly reflect.
27. High-end gazebo
This high end and elegant gazebo has white curtains and a rich wood finish. The lighting fixture makes this gazebo functional into the night and the white upholstered patio furniture is welcoming.
28. Utility gazebo
This small utility gazebo is ideal for placing over features that you want to protect from the weather. Here we see it standing over a grill. This gives you the ability to have cookouts in all kinds of weather.
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