Make a Destination The highlight of this small landscape is a pergola draped with wisteria. Placing the pergola in the back corner of the yard gives you -- and your eye -- a destination, which helps make it feel more spacious. From Better Homes and Gardens.
Pergola with Angled Design. When you build a pergola, consider positioning it at an angle for added interest. Although it occupies a flagstone patio with a square outline, this pergola was deliberately designed as a corner structure. The clipped front corner creates a wide diagonal entry that offers access to both the adjacent house and a terraced landscape nearby.
Create Privacy in Your Yard: Get tips for making your yard a private paradise from two hardcore gardeners who turned their corner landscape into a secluded retreat.
This is our corner pergola we built to make a solid and permanent patio swing out out of. We had lots of trouble with porch wings blowing off the patio so we made a permanent fix! :)
Make a Secret Getaway Setting a bench among the trees is a great way to cool off. Make your space even more intimate and private by tucking the bench underneath a rustic pergola, such as the one here. Add another layer of privacy by covering your pergola with shade-tolerant vines such as Virginia creeper, climbing hydrangea, or sweet autumn clematis