Common Veranda Designs

Over the years, verandas have taken on various shapes and sizes. From curved dome shaped structures to rectangular versions, a veranda can add value and dimension to your home. But choosing the right shape depends on many factors including:

• Size of your home
• How large you want the space to be
• How you plan on using the space

Once you decide on these details, you can choose the space the best suits your needs. All verandas are constructed of colorbond steel, which means the structure is durable and can be custom painted to match your home or painted in a color that contrasts your house color to add even more visual interest.


A curved design can give your home elegance and create an entertaining place to have dinner parties with friends and family. These verandas can be attached to your home or are available as free standing structures.

With the curved veranda style, you can add a flat roof to the structure to make it larger and add even more dimension. You can also add a curved piece to your existing veranda for added elegance.


For a more traditional look with clean, polished lines, a flat roofed veranda will add beauty to your home all year long. You can choose from four different styles that allow you to change the direction of the roof sheets for added dimension, or you can choose an extended version that gives you added space.

If you have a smaller home, a flat design can make your home appear larger. A flat design is also perfect for square or rectangular shaped homes.


If you want to allow more sunlight into your outdoor space, a sunroof design with adjustable roof is the perfect choice. Allow light breezes and cool night air into the space as well. Electronic louvres are controlled by a remote so you can easily open and close them whenever you want.


In addition to the designs mentioned above, you can also choose from the gazebo style, pergola style, or hip end style to match your home.