A portable gazebo (or a pop-up canopy) is used mostly for outdoor parties, weddings, sporting events, festivals and trade shows. So if you’re often planning events like this ones, these gazebos are surely something that you’ve been considering to get. I went through some US based online stores, and I found five portable gazebos that I liked the most. Here’s an overview of them, check it out!
Metal Portable Gazebo by Abba Patio
This beautiful gazebo’s appearance is very elegant, and it features a two-tier vented canopy and a strong and sturdy scrolled powder-coated steel frame so it will stand nicely for your outdoor events, camping or picnic. The privacy panel can’t be removed.
Metal Portable Gazebo by Sunjoy
This Metal Portable Gazebo by Sunjoy is available in aqua blue, khaki and red roof color. Its design is double-vented, so airflow could be increased. The polyester fabric of the drapes is weather and UV resistant, so the color is protected from fading.
Siesta Garden Metal Portable Gazebo by Sunjoy
Siesta Garden Metal Portable Gazebo by Sunjoy is stylish and luxurious gazebo that is perfect for any special outdoor occasion. This pergola supports the weight of grape vines. It’s a sturdy piece that will look awesome in any backyard. It maybe looks like it’s hard to assemble it, but in reality, it’s really easy.
Bergamo Gazebo is a beautiful piece that will add a style and sophistication to any backyard. Its appearance is so special, so you may even consider using this gazebo for an outdoor wedding. The frame is made from steel, so it is very sturdy. However, it’s not recommended for use on soft surfaces like sand and grass.
Metal Portable Gazebo by Gazebo Penguin
Metal Portable Gazebo by Gazebo Penguin is the only closed gazebo in this article, so it’s a perfect solution to use it as a sitting room with your friends and family during the warm, summer days. It is constructed from an aluminium with baked enamel finish which is 100% rust proof. The screen is made from fiberglass. It also features sliding doors on the left side of the gazebo.