For that elegant and Timeless look you have been wanting for your pergola, you would not like ordinary posts to maintain it up – you would need columns. Where the lattice roof is covered in vines, the columns of a pergola not offer support but give to the complete aesthetic feel of your garden. Choosing a sort of pergola pole that meets your yard and the rest of your property is therefore important. A pergola column would have three major parts: the top or capital part which supports the beams, the shaft that makes up about 80 percent of the pole, and the foundation which holds the pergola to the floor. The funds may have plain gussets or service wedges, elaborate carvings after the style of the pergola, or plain rings or rings jutting out.
The rotating shaft of your pergolas post might have a round or square shape and its surface may be smooth, fluted with grooves, spiral, or carved into characters or intricate designs. The foundation would match the funding with a less elaborate design and might write the smallest part or be radically raised in a similar or contrasting round or square shape as the rest of the pergola pole. Roman: Roman columns follow the 3 classical Architectural styles and leave a Greek sense to your pergola. Normally fluted, a broad shaft is known as Doric while a thinner one is Ionic. If the capital has an elaborate design with scrolls, leaves, faces, and other pictures embossed into its horizontal beam, it is deemed Corinthian.
Tuscan: Pergola with smooth shafts and uncomplicated designs for the funds and base are considered Tuscan. These are best for those wanting a pergola with an Italian or Mediterranean ambience. Narrowing the shaft and elevating the foundation would make the pergola seem taller and more open, giving it a more contemporary appearance. The easy style of Tuscan posts allows arched and straight gussets to combine with the pergola without making it seem too thick. Solomon: Solomon pillars are distinguished by their rope or serpent-like shafts. Their grooves offer excellent support for climbing vines on their way to the pergola’s roof. These articles give an old-world appearance and are appropriate for a pergola with a Byzantine or Baroque move.