Garden Gazebo Wood Project
Modular design and a unique frame layout make it simple — well okay, as simple as a garden gazebo can be. What we've done here is not only design a great looking gazebo, but one using a remarkably simple layout frame and shop-built wall panels that will make building your garden gazebo as simple to build as we can make.
The Garden Gazebo is 11 feet, 2 inches wide at its widest point and 11 feet tall, not including the cupola and finial.
Instructions include 50 step-by-step photos and 29 detailed drawings, as well as numerous exploded views and an extensive materials list. If you have ever wanted to build your own gazebo, here’s your chance
This Garden Gazebo Wood Project was originally published
in Workbench magazine No. 265
WHAT YOU GET
The Garden Gazebo Wood Project
is a nineteen-page, 2MB pdf file.
• How to locate and pour the footings
• How to build the deck, walls, and roof
• How to sheath the roof with cedar shingles
• How to build the roof cupola
Skill Level = 4 (challenging)
the Skill Level ratings.
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