Saturday, March 23, 2013

Free pavilion plans

If you want a nice shaded area in your garden, but a gazebo isn't exactly what you are looking for, we recommend you to consider making a wooden pavilion. In this project, we will show you how to choose proper free pavilion plans for your needs and how to keep the costs under control.

A wooden pavilion can take almost any shape, but the most common are the rectangular ones. In addition, we recommend you to align all the components at both ends and to pre-drill them before inserting the screws. The open structure will add value to your garden and liven-up all your weekends.

Always choose the right outdoor pavilion plans for your needs, before starting the actual construction. This is a real challenge for most of us, as we all know how hard is to choose from many options, in terms of designs and shapes. Nevertheless, you should make a short list, by excluding the alternatives that exceed your budget. Strange as it might seem, building a garden pavilion is expensive, especially if you invest in quality materials and you add many features.

Plan every aspect of the woodworking project form the very beginning, making sure you adjust the plans to your needs.

Dig deep holes in the ground and set the posts into concrete. Plumb the posts with a spirit level and secure them with braces, before building the roof of the pavilion.

If you want to create something unique and exquisite, we recommend you to build a small barbeque and a wooden bar. Although these features will increase the total costs of the project, we recommend you to consider what benefits they will bring to your woodworking project for you family and friends. A proper planning will mean less time and lower expenses for yoru project, so focus on all the preliminary stages of the project.



  1. Thomas do you have the plans for the Outdoor Pavilion shown above with the curved pergola-type roof?

  2. LOVE this. Will you put the plans the pergola outdoor pavilion pictured above?

  3. Love to have this build could you please post you floor plans. Thanks


  4. Nice blog! Very interesting and informative post….Thank's for sharing such a nice information….Keep it up!!

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  5. Love it. I will have a couple of those in my land. Then rent it for $300 each for the weekend. Yessss

  6. Love it. I will have a couple of those in my land. Then rent it for $300 each for the weekend. Yessss