A small deck beside the pond is enhanced by this arbour, which will eventually support a grape vine to create shade and an intimate place for relaxing. Hand split, reclaimed cedar posts and rails are left rough to show off the natural curves and unique shapes of the wood.
This hand split cedar arbor extends the entrance into the garden. Four posts mounted on saddles, with five cross pieces gives lots of climbing space for roses, clematis, kiwi’s, grapes… climbers of any kind.
This 4 post hand split red cedar arbour is made from reclaimed driftwood. The posts are up off the ground on metal saddles set in concrete. Soon a large rose bush will be growing up over the top.
Here is another view of the hand split red cedar entrance to the Stranan property.
After completing the fencing section of the project last year, the Stranan’s asked me to add a hand split red cedar entrance with double gates under a curved arbour this winter. The entrance is made from all reclaimed and hand split red cedar. The entrance spans between the studio building and the existing hand split […]
Here on Pender Island, BC we have some lovely gardens. This project was aimed at enhancing a nice garden with a bench (for rest and relaxation), and two rose arbours (one small and one big). Everything is made from reclaimed red cedar driftwood which I salvage myself. The bench is about 5′ long and uses […]