Garden Arches & Arbours

Looking for an arbour to add character to your garden? Discover our wide selection of garden arbours and garden arches, from contemporary and traditional designs to unique styles, you’re sure to find one that you’ll fall in love with. Pick one that will fit into your garden theme or perhaps even set a new garden mood.

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How to fix a garden arch to the ground

For wooden garden arches on soft surfaces like grass, you can use ground spikes to fix them in place. Make sure you measure the diameter of the arch’s legs so you know which size spike to get, and then simply slot the leg in and drive the spike into the grass. On hard surfaces such as a concrete patio or path, you may need to seek some DIY assistance and some metal fixing brackets.

What is a garden arbour?

A garden arbour is a garden structure used for decoration, shelter, privacy, or shade. Typically made of wood, it is made of an open framework similar to a trellis that lets climbing plants and vines twine around it to create a striking storybook-like garden feature. Typically, an arbour has 3 walls and an open front, creating a sheltered space in your garden.

Depending on how thickly you would like plants and vines to grow across your garden arbour, you could place a table and chair set underneath for some shade or use it as a sun-spotted reading nook. For entertaining guests, a corner garden arbour would provide the perfect space to relax and enjoy your evenings from whilst serving drinks and nibbles.

Where to place a garden arch

Place a garden arch over a path to create a magical walkway, or even to create a gateway between the two halves of your garden. For example, if you have a lawn that follows down into flowerbeds, a vegetable garden, or even a greenhouse and potting shed for your plants, then use a garden arch to differentiate these two spaces.

You could also use your garden arch to separate between your lawn and your entertaining area. Following your garden path and through an archway to your patio with outdoor furniture is certain to ‘wow’ your friends and neighbours. If you have a summer house or garden office, you could even place a garden arch between the back of your property and this secondary space to add some extra privacy.