Garden. Tuesday , May 30th , 2017 - 14:33:29 PM
Using materials that incorporate simplicity is a great first step. For example, a bamboo fence that acts as your garden’s perimeter is a natural and easy way to boost your garden’s meaningful design. A renewable resource (bamboo) that seamlessly incorporates nature into a crafted space is the ideal scenario for any garden. Small stone pathways that wind past concrete statues or icons that speak to your goal of Zen are another peaceful tactic to incorporate. These winding stone paths have long held with the Japanese belief of anticipating what’s waiting in the future while simultaneously respecting your past. Isn’t that a beautiful way to look at life?
What better way to add a summer vibe to your garden than with hot pink, vibrant orange or even bright aqua? Old furniture will take on a fabulous new look with a coat of paint – make sure you use a formula designed for outdoor use. A mixture of colours, plus a natural wood finish, creates a relaxed feel on this pretty French-style terrace. If you’re feeling ready for a bigger project, consider working a beautifully paved patio into your garden scheme. On warm summer days, you can fling open your patio doors (bi-folding preferably) and step out onto a stunning tiled area, ready for a relaxing time spent in your own wonderful outdoor haven. Planning a big summer garden party? Take your cue from this gorgeous outdoor oasis – comfy chairs, a relaxing swing seat and a practical path that links up the rest of the garden (no heels in the grass!) Perfect.
Be inspired by formal gardens to bring organisation to a small space. Design a classic layout with a central lawn and symmetrical borders for a garden that feels elegant and formal, spacious and organised. Use planting to draw the eye to a central element, such as the brick port-hole window shown here. Line brick paths with classic lavender and the pink and purple spires of foxglove. Here, trained plane trees and lollipop standards add the final flourish. Even the smallest of areas can be turned into a decorative outdoor space. Enhance yours with a run of stepped concrete slabs and use a narrow rustic-style table or bench to create a central focal point. Keep the look chic and low-maintenance with shingle, clipped topiary and flowering plants in orange and yellow. Add elegance with aluminium and stone planters and carefully chosen pieces, such as the oversized lantern and unusual bird sculptures.
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Romantic outdoor space in your dining room.
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