This pergola has it all - built in shelves and modern lattice for shade on sides. It’s easy to build, and you can make it your own by cutting decorative patterns in the rafter tails.
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Would love to build this, if only I had the space for it.
Am I right that this probably still needs to be anchored into the ground if you live in a very windy area? Or maybe anchored to the house is enough?
I like it and so does my wife
Where can I get the 24 - 1x2x10 boards? All the stores I've talked to only sell in 8ft length. It's a lot of waste and extra money to cut the 8 footers down!
very nice, good job
It's very nice project to do for my home.
I want to build a patio cover 26wx12dx9h
attached to the house.
This is great; but why are there no instructions for attaching the swing? That's sort of the part I need to know about in terms of support, torque on the frame Etc.
You are blessed with amazing talent Ana, thanks for sharing designs with us.
Can I use 4x4 posts instead of 6x6?
2-1/2”, 3 -1/2” exterior decking screws
1-1/4” and 2” 18 gauge staples
4 - 6x6 posts, 8 feet long
2 - 2x6 boards, 12 feet long
10 - 2x6 boards, 8 feet or stud length (cut upper rafters from these boards)
10 - 2x6 boards, 12 feet long
1 - 2x8 board, 8 feet long
1 - 2x4 board, 10 feet long
24 - 1x2 boards, 10 feet long
also by Ana White