Gazebo Plans
Posted by on 20 Sep 2010 in Gazebos, Plans | 26 comments
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As a complete change from all of the gazebos, pergolas, cabanas, etc. we’ve been writing about these past two to three weeks, we’re going to take a different tack today.

We know that many of you really love some of the beautiful structures we’ve highlighted, but we accept that many of these are somewhat on the expensive side.

We also know that some of you may be keen woodworkers, and would love to build your own gazebo (a full, adult-sized one, rather than the kids’ gazebo we showed you a few days ago)

So, today, we’ve decided to review what appears to us to be the most complete set of gazebo plans we can find – although there is a LOT more than just gazebo plans.

Are you ready for this?

Woodworking4Home provides you with instant access to 14,000 woodworking plans!

In this huge package, you’ll find easy-to-follow plans for the following, as well as much, much more:

  • arbor plans
  • birdhouse plans
  • cabin plans
  • carport plans
  • chicken house plans
  • deck plans
  • dog house plans
  • gazebo plans
  • greenhouse plans
  • hammock plans
  • pergola plans
  • playhouse plans
  • shed plans
  • swing plans
  • trellis plans
  • wishing well plans.

This is just a small sampling of the categories that are available – there are actually over 100 different categories of projects you can build.

As you can see from the images below, you get a full list of items you’ll need, and all plans are fully illustrated:

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Now, in case you’re worried that you’re only a woodworking beginner, then don’t be – these gazebo plans are suitable for woodworkers of all skill levels, from a complete novice to an advanced carpenter.

And if you do get stuck, there is support available, which is always good to know.

Here’s another quick thought – if you’re looking for ideas on what sort of gazebos you can create, and how to build a gazebo, once you develop some basic skills, then check out this video from Denny Wigger:

We’ve already given you a ton of ideas, with all sorts of different structures, so why not take a look at the many plans available from Woodworking4Home and get those tools out – not only will you save a ton of money, but think how satisfied you’ll be when you’re sitting there in a gazebo that you built with your own hands?

Over 3,800 other hobbyists, beginners, craftsmen and professionals can’t all be wrong – it really is the best deal you’ll ever find, so get instant access now and start your very first project this weekend!

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26 Responses to ““Gazebo Plans”

  1. Eva says:

    Hi Mark!
    This is a great resource that you are giving! I don’t see myself doing any woodwork, but my dad is going to love it! He has his own little atelier where he works with wood and iron!

  2. Rob Northrup says:

    This is an interesting diversion for the DIYers in your audience.

    THanks for the detailed info.

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  4. Alam Ghafoor says:

    I hate doing any sort of DIY, I would leave it to the professionals.

  5. What an amazing resource for finding building plans for a gazebo, thanks for the link.
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  6. Great idea for someone who is handy and wants a home improvement project. I could see where many people would do this regardless of whether or not they could afford to simply buy one.

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  7. kevin hogan says:

    great that you’ve done the research for an alternative to simply purchasing a gazebo.

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  8. Bryan says:

    I’m not the least bit ahndy..but I will pass it on to my family that is.

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  9. Don Hill says:

    I like it; I can give my Dad the plans for Christmas. He likes a good wood working project.


  10. Building your own gazebo seems like a daunting task, but I know there are plenty of excellent woodworkers out there who would relish the opportunity.


  11. Dennis Perry says:

    I like this. I know there are many people who would rather build one themselves than get a “store-bought” one. Looks like a very comprehensive set of plans.

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  12. Hi Rae and Mark,

    what a marvelous and completely thorough product for those who love to pursue woodworking as a skill and hobby. All those plans! Wow! You could be using this product happily for a number of years to come.

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  13. I’d never be interested in taking the time to build one myself, but I know several carpenters who might like this, so I’ll pass this on to them.

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  14. Always great to have options. I have tried to put together do-it-yourself desks and they ended up crooked. I would leave the building to the professionals.

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  15. Ricky says:

    This looks like a rich king has his rest area and he gets relaxed as soon as he enters in it ..

    Very nice collections :)

    great website


  16. Ashley Russell says:

    I might have to make one. :-)

  17. Nick says:

    Wow, I wish I was good enough to do this! ;)

  18. Bhavin says:

    If you know how to build a gazebo, then it would be an amazing treat for family and friends to enjoy the scenery and lounge outdoors.

  19. Steven Heller says:

    I think I found my spring project for 2011. The video gave me a lot of confidence and I am sure with the help of my sons we can get something going next year that will hopefully look good.

  20. Jim Borres says:

    I fancy myself as a DIY guy, though the wife would always tell me to get professionals do the work. I can’t blame her, I wish I was good enough at woodworking to do this. LOL

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