Posted by supercool | Posted in Product Highlights | Posted on 22-09-2010
Ask any random person to imagine a gazebo and you will get different answers. This is because the gazebo comes in all shapes and sizes. It can be long, round, square, freestanding or attached to a garden wall. Ask any random person and they will also tell you that installing a gazebo in your home adds a touch of class and fun to your backyard. This is because the gazebo serves as a multipurpose spot to conduct all kinds of activities from functioning as a quiet spot to read your favourite book to being the rendezvous point where you throw your barbecue parties. Of course, a well-chosen gazebo can also add a touch of romance and beautify your home as well.
In warm and sunny climates, gazebos come in plenty of categories from pagodas to pavilions and kiosks to belvederes. Here at Supercool Creative Culture Sdn Bhd, the team provides its customers with the option of installing a charming Balinese Gazebo in their homes.
With brown and honey coloured hues, the Balinese Gazebo for each home will be different as the specifications of the gazebo depends on the customer’s current house. This means that the designers at Supercool Creative Culture will exclusively design and build the Balinese Gazebo according to your preference and style. This means that customers will never have nightmares about having a giant gazebo in a pocket garden or having a tiny gazebo is a spacious garden. Buyers on a budget can also rest assured that the gazebo is reasonably priced.
Generally, a gazebo can either be an open or closed type. Closed gazebos are usually identified by walls and doors in its construction. The Balinese Gazebo however is an open type that is heldd up by columns similar to those stemming from Japanese garden landscaping designs. Another common element between the Balinese and Japanese garden landscaping design is that both design concepts are based on the intention of incorporating nature into their home, and therefore natural materials such as solid local wood is used to build the gazebo. Open gazebos are usually adorned with landscaping as well so visitors can sit in the gazebo and appreciate the beauty of your outdoor home.
The open concept is also idle not only for those who like to lounge outside while admiring the outdoors, but it is also a great place to enjoy fresh wind while being surrounded by nature. Having a gazebo is also great for those who would like a change from their home and yearn for a private space to read or meditate. A gazebo also functions as great place to gather family and guests, rather than squeezing everyone in the dining room.
For added beautification purposes, the gazebo is usually surrounded by low bushes and plants. A Balinese Gazebo would also look idyllic if it is constructed under an old towering tree that will further increase the cooling effect of the gazebo. If you are a home owner with a taste for water features such as a koi pond or a waterfall, situating your Balinese gazebo not only calms you, but it would also be a great place to find Zen-like inner peace.
An open concept gazebo such as the Balinese Gazebo also does great as a place to house potted plants that do not require as much sunlight, such as orchids. Due to the harsh weathers in Malaysia that rotate between heavy downpour and scorching hot temperatures, the Balinese Gazebo is intentionally constructed with either Chengal, Balau or Resak hardwood that has also been surface treated to ensure structural integrity.
While you are in the midst of ordering your very own Balinese Gazebo, may we suggest that you also have a look at Supercool’s pergola collection as these two furnishings would greatly complement each other.