Wrought Iron Gazebo
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Today, we’re sticking with the gazebo theme, and we’re going to take a look at three very different looking styles of wrought iron gazebos.

The first of these, shown here, is known as the Wrought Iron Oasis Gazebo, and it is similar in style to the Pergola Swing Set we looked at several days ago.

Of course, that item was made out of wood, and featured a swing seat, whereas this one is made of wrought iron and the seat is fixed, but other than that, they both have a similar look, and can, of course, be used for similar purposes.

As with the Pergola Swing Set, this is designed so that you can let flowers, plants or vines grow over the framework, thus providing a lovely, secluded and, if you choose the right flowers, pleasantly scented, spot for one or two people to relax in.

In fact, if you had two of these, facing each other, then you could create a wrought iron version of the Imperial Arbor, which we featured a couple of weeks ago. This way, the entire family could repair to the gazebos for some time together, away from the distractions of TVs and computer games, the telephone, etc.

This Oasis Gazebo is the smallest of the three gazebos we’re reviewing here, as it measures just 61 inches wide by 48 inches deep, and it’s 84 inches tall.

The wrought iron is coated in a charcoal brown powder finish, and the entire unit weighs 230lbs.

Parisian GazeboNext, we have the Parisian Gazebo, which the manufacturer says is reminiscent of the ones that were prevalent in the gardens of the aristocracy in 14th century France.

Its diameter is almost 11 feet, and it’s just over nine feet in height. This model, too, has a charcoal brown powder coating, it weighs 335lbs, and it is rated for a wind load of 100mph (ground anchor spikes are included, and it also features anchorable feet).

Roselane Metal GazeboSimilar to this is the Roselane Metal Gazebo, although this is one is slightly smaller, with a diameter of just eight feet, and a height of nine feet.

The description says the colour is antique green, but it looks more like a shade of blue to us.

It’s also constructed from steel, not wrought iron, although we’re including it on this page because it looks so much like the Parisian Gazebo.

This Roselane Gazebo is also inspired by the Victorians, not by the French aristocracy as is the case with the Parisian Gazebo.

We had this Gazebo for several years and it is of very good quality, no rust. We placed it on a stone patio under a tree and next to a pond with a waterfall – a very intimate and relaxing place.” Klaus Langeneckert, Illinois

(We have to confess that this particular style does not appeal to us – they’re both actually more reminiscent of a bird cage, but we realise that different people have different tastes.)

Wrought Iron Elongated GazeboThe final wrought iron gazebo of the day is known as the Wrought Iron Elongated Gazebo, and this one measures 10 x 12 feet.

As with all of these models, it’s designed to allow vines to climb all over it, and we see three possible places you could use one of these.

Firstly, it would make a really imposing entrance to your house, if you have the space out front, of course.

Secondly, it would look great on your patio, as somewhere to hang out under on a nice summer’s day.

And finally, if you have the land, it would look great at the end of the garden, maybe as somewhere to go for a picnic on a warm afternoon. However, you should bear in mind what we said in our Gazebo Building Tips about gazebos getting used less often, the further away from the house they are.

If you’ve been reading our many articles, then you’ll probably already know that our favourite, of these four gazebos, is the Wrought Iron Oasis Gazebo – to us, it’s by far the most charming, and the most practical too.

Click here to read more about our preferred model…

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11 Responses to ““Wrought Iron Gazebo”

  1. Hi Rae and Mark,

    What a beautiful and graceful wrought iron gazebos. These are so romantic. Do people aim to cultivate and grow green climbing ivy or clematis on these?

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  2. I love the look of wrought iron.

    Michael
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  3. Eva Palmer says:

    This are very nice iron gazeebos. Romantic, elegant and classi. Of course that if we could also have a garden like or a lake behind like in the pictures it would be even better!

  4. The wrought iron gazebos are delicate and romantic. I can see the Wrought Iron Oasis Gazebo in a rose garden. Lovely.

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  5. Katherine says:

    Hi! I bought the Parisian gazebo a couple months ago and just wanted to share how much I love it!! it’s been a beautiful addition to my backyard and I’m so thankful i found it here for such a great deal! Ive had a couple friends over just to show it off and everyone of them has complimented how beautiful it is and how nicely it fits in. Ive made everyone jealous. :] It’s really sturdy and durable and great for all occasions! I highly recommend this to everyone cause I love it!!!!!!

    Thanks!!!!
    Kat

  6. This would be great covered by some flowering plant.
    Christian

  7. wrought iron has such a clean classical look to it. very attractive and a great option.

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  8. Dennis Perry says:

    Mark,

    I absolutely love wrought iron pieces. These are beautiful!

    Dennis Perry
    Create and Live the Life of Your Dreams

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