Pavilion Design Ideas

Considering a pavilion for your home, but aren’t sure how you’ll use it? Available in several popular sizes and styles, our custom pavilion kits can transform your backyard living space. See some of the ways our customers are using our pavilions and get inspired today!.

Outdoor Kitchen

A popular trend is adding an outdoor kitchen to your backyard. Complete with grill, fridge, and plenty of seating, an outdoor kitchen allows you to host and entertain friends & family in the comfort of your backyard. See some of the amazing outdoor kitchen designs our pavilions have been a part of.

Alpine pavilion and outdoor kitchen.

Outdoor Living Room

People choose pavilions over pergolas often because the full roof provides additional protection against the elements. Most take advantage of this roof structure to create an outdoor living room, complete with a TV, couches, chairs, and other furniture. Some even add a built-in fireplace to create a place to relax and rest in your backyard.

Poolside vinyl pavilion with a built-in brick chimney.

Poolside Shade

Give family members and friends who prefer not to swim a great place to enjoy the action and get out of the sun. Or provide a refuge for swimmers during a sudden rainstorm. Your new pavilion is the perfect option for poolside shade.

Poolside vinyl pavilion.

Additional Backyard Shade

If you have a backyard patio, porch, or deck, a pavilion is an easy way to add additional shade. By adding a pavilion to your backyard sitting area, you can enjoy your backyard more – especially during the hot summer months or high mid-day sun. Many homeowners choose to add an EZShade curtain for additional shade and privacy for their pavilion.

Sana Fe cedar pavilion.

Picnic Area

Pavilions are the go-to choice for parks, schools, and communities looking to add a picnic area to their property. Whether you run a campground, public park, or a sports complex, adding a pavilion will help your guests stay longer and enjoy your facility more. Our Grand Estate pavilions work well for public pavilions, as they provide free spans up to 24′ without center posts.

Picnic pavilion.