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Crossing Over into the Natural World
Garden bridges aren't solely the providence of impressionist painters. They're meant for enjoyment in any size, and as you'll soon discover, in practically any location. Our collection of bridges connects you to the possibilities.
Purpose & Style
Whether you're crossing flowing water or a fertile flower bed, a bridge reduces the impact of foot traffic on your handiwork and gives you an elevated—and most often the best—view of your surroundings. Tall newel posts convey a mastery of the landscape, and a few designs feature optional solar-powered lights for painterly ambiance. For those looking to capture the spirit of rustic style, consider log-cabin-inspired joinery, decorative rope rails, and unfinished lumber.
Wood bridges have tradition on their side, and there's a poetic quality in the way they'll age to a silvery patina if they're left untreated. A low-maintenance application of oil and sealant each season will preserve the color for years to come. Choose from aspen, fir, and cedar. Cedar is renowned for being weatherproof, and its steadfast resistance to cracking, molding, and splitting is something to behold.
Metal bridges add visual weight to a scene. They're a product of the modern age, yet their railings have been shaped into delicate scrollwork that feels right at home in nature. Epoxy coating ensures they withstand harsh winter climates.
Scaled to Size for Decoration
Not to be overlooked, decorative garden bridges and walkways appeal to landscapers light on space and perfectionists who insist on every piece playing a part. They're constructed of the same materials as full-size designs and a few of them add dramatic color to counterpoint lush greenery.
Taking the Important First Steps
Double-check the space available to you to ensure a perfect fit. If you're using the bridge to cross water or other obstacles, it's always better to have a longer design than one that's too short. Though side rails aren't meant to be leaned upon, it's best to have the extra support they offer if they're the only barrier between the walkway and an elevation change.