Monet Arbor

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Create an elegant garden entrance with a handcrafted wrought-iron arbor by Achla Designs. We make a wide variety of sizes and decorative styles to fit every garden. The Monet Arbor has a simple arched design with a grid-like lattice along the sides. Use this garden arch in any vegetable or flower garden, yard entryway or garden path. The arbor is 8' 4" tall, 4' 7" wide, with a depth of 21", providing plenty of room for passage beneath. Placed over a walkway or over a bench seat, with the sides of the arbor used to trellis climbing plants, the arbor also makes a wonderful decorative feature for garden parties, weddings and events. All of our garden arbors are designed to ship flat, with easy set-up using slip-in components, so no tools are necessary, with four spiked feet included for installation.
  • The Monet Arbor is a simple garden arch with a classic grid-like lattice along the sides, ideal to support climbing roses, clematis or annuals
  • Easy clearance, at 100" tall x 55" W and 21"D, the Monet Arbor stands tall enough to support climbing vines while providing ample room for passage beneath when placed at an entrance or over a path
  • Made from wrought iron with a light and open design, providing simple and sturdy support for plants
  • Weather resistant with a Black powder coated finish for maximum protection against outdoor conditions
  • Designed to ship flat and easily erected using slip-in components, with four spiked stakes that push directly into the ground, no tools necessary

Material: Wrought Iron
Use: Outdoor
Finish: Graphite Powdercoat Finish
Dimensions: 100"H x 55"W x 21"D
Weight: 36 lbs
SKU #: ARB-10
Assembly: Some assembly required
Returns: Due to large size, this item is final sale and non-returnable, with the exception of items with defects.
Warranty Term: 90 days from manufacturer's defect

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
chris dawson
Challenging to install

Build and visual quality looks very good, just what we were looking for. But assembly, including stabilizing and leveling into ground was troublesome. It took some effort and work arounds to get a reasonable stable, level installation. I expect to have to strengthen over the years as rose grows over the arbor.