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Gazebo Adds Charm & Grace

May 21, 2008

    Do you want to add a focal point to your garden setting?  Consider a gazebo to enhance and brighten a sensational garden scene. These gazebos are manufactured in sections made out of cast stone and come in a variety of styles, sizes and colors. A source for these gazebos is A & M Victorian Decorations, Inc., in El Monte, California. www.aandmvictorian.com                                 
Gazebo GA5 12′ Private Residence Coto de Caza, CA
   
        Placing a gazebo in your yard, garden or estate adorns your property with glamour, effortless beauty, elegance and appeal. This is a place where you can retreat to after a long day at work, or entertain on weekends, a haven and refuge from your hectic work day.

    This special place can be set with comfortably chic deep seating sofas and club chairs, or a private dining table to accommodate one person or a party of 4-12 depending on the size of your table. You can also use this space for a particular event such as a wedding ceremony, a graduation reception or any other celebration.

    The optimal way to decorate this gazebo is with alfresco drapes. Each opening can be enclosed with a drapery panel, or you can accent the gazebo with drapes pulled to the side of the opening with a decorative tie back. The outdoor drapes serve form and function, you can protect against the sun, wind and rain or add that warm cozy feeling of entertaining inside your home wit the luxuriousness of a room adorned with drapery.

    These outdoor drapes add color, texture, a beautiful element of design and function. Some companies line their drapes so they look beautiful from both directions. Powder coated rod kits specifically designed for use outdoors are available and can be painted to match the color of the stone or the color of the furniture.

    Be innovative and add extraordinary elegance to your yard or garden and be one of the first to embellish with Outdoor Drapes. Bring the indoors out and create the sanctuary that you deserve.

These are my outside views…write and tell me yours. Marcia Blake