This Contemporary Arbour has real presence with modern straight lines, and a classic curved roof using quality finger joints. Dress the large seat with cushions to create a perfect space for relaxing and putting your feet up. The continuous slats are ideal for growing climbing plants making this arbour an attractive feature for your contemporary garden. The arbour is pressure-treated to provide protection from wood rot and fungal decay. Please note, this is a flat packed item which will require assembly.
Dimensions (H x W x D)
220 x 150 x 70 (cm)
All dimensions are approximate as the characteristics of timber can alter sizing. We advise for you to wait until you have received and erected your product before preparing the instillation of your footprint area as dimensions may have variations due to improved product specification and development which is subject to change without notice.
This product is currently only available for local delivery (North East England) or click and collect from our Bishop Auckland store. If you would like a price for national delivery, please call us on 01388 608452 and we'll be happy to try and help.
In natural light it is normal for wood to fade to a pale silver colour - it's perfectly ok to leave it like this, or you can stain it a colour of your choice provided it is suitable for wood. You may see small splits, warps or cracks appear over time, this is not uncommon for worked timber in quick-drying weather conditions. These will normally go back when humidity rises. Timber is a natural product and this is completely normal - it will not affect the durability or strength. Some perceived “flaws” are perfectly normal in wood. This is why the below list of features are completely acceptable and fall within industry-accepted tolerance margins:
* Knots in the timber
* Providing they are less than 2cm and don't compromise structural strength, knots that have fallen out (holes can be filled with wood filler)
* Fading or blue-coloured patches from the treatment process
* Cracks and splits - provided they are not wide-open and cutting through the planks
* Torsion/warping that does not affect structural strength