It’s simply a matter of knowing where to start.
Choosing The Right Verandah
When it comes to choosing the right style of Verandah for your home, the first thing you should consider is how large you want yours to be.
Do you want a small Verandah at the back of the house?
Would you like your Verandah to be at the front of your house, or to wrap around one side, or even the entire house?
You should also consider how many people are going to be using the Verandah on a regular basis, as well as what sort of furniture you plan on having with it. You will obviously want a Verandah that won’t feel cramped when it’s being used. If you can’t seem to make up your mind, we are equipped with the knowledge to help you make the best choice possible.
You should also consider what sort of material you would like your Verandah to be built with. Timber is the most common option, though there are some Verandah Builders that can use other materials for floors and roofing.
The roof is an important component to your Verandah, and there are a number of options when it comes to materials, and styles of Veranda Roofs. For a smooth transition between the roof of your home and your Verandah, go with a roof material similar in colour to your homes, and select a design that compliments the roof on your home. Many professional Verandah Builders know how to build many different roofs styles such as:
- Bull nose
- Skillion Roof
- Gable Roof
- Flat Roofs
- Hipped roof
The Personal Touch: Decorating Your Verandah
When it comes to decorating your Verandah, with so many options and possibilities, the sky is the limit.
Grow Your Decor
One popular, and gorgeous option to Verandah décor is using potted plants and flowers. Potted plants are particularly useful because they’re completely portable, which means you can design or alter the layout in minutes. Of course, you’ll want to select plants that will thrive, providing beautiful greenery and blooms but you should also consider the pot itself. Pots provide a “frame” to the plants, and can even become a feature themselves. Size does matter, you’ll want them to be large enough to grow happy, healthy plants but not so large that they get in the way or overwhelm your Verandah.
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