Rustic Pergola in Tennessee
Curvy Branches Make the House Flow
In order to create a cohesive look throughout this home’s exterior, the owners use Mountain Laurel branches and large wooden pillars time and again.
Additionally, in keeping with a rustic theme, Laurel railings line the deck connecting the pergola to the porch.
Outdoor lighting provides safety and clear vision at night, but just as importantly it creates eye appeal. Here, a string of lights along with bullet lighting draws attention to the front porch, noticeably illuminating the beauty of the branching balusters.
Conversely, to shield the porch from the sun’s bright rays during the day, the homeowners installed vibrant outdoor fabric.
Garden Art That’s Functional
Pergolas can be freestanding or attached to a house like this rustic pergola in Tennessee. When joined, it becomes an outdoor extension of the home’s living space. For example, patio doors open right up to a hot tub, barbecue, and a sitting area.
So, would you devote more time outdoors if you had a rustic pergola? If yes, contact Mountain Laurel Railing to share your vision of the perfect outdoor escape.