Garden Ideas. Tuesday , March 24th , 2020 - 08:17:11 AM
While each and every attempt at this type of landscape is going to be slightly different depending on who is creating it, the theory behind the garden should be consistent — Creating your own haven of Zen. A Japanese garden is not an exercise in creating the biggest and the best. Put all glitz and glamour aside, these gardens are a testament to simplicity and purpose. For this reason, keeping your design simple and small actually works best towards a successful final product and space.
Green labyrinths, cobblestone pathways, small ponds, water fountains, colorful flowers, small trees — all are elements that can induce a state of bliss. There’s nothing like being surrounded by your own green refuge, whether it’s a brisk morning or after a long day at work. Enjoy the photos and let us know your thoughts about these garden design ideas by leaving a comment below. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a place to relax and feel peaceful—maybe even downright Zen? That is exactly what happens when you create your own Japanese garden.
Turn a small courtyard into a lush habitat with a tactile and towering living wall. Plant up a natural focal point for a super contemporary way to add interest while keeping much-needed floor space clear for patio slabs and super-sociable seating. Balance the domineering wall with a trio of large pots with small fruit trees and bedding plants. Create a smart decked area with the look of a chalet balcony. Choose pale wood to boost the sense of space and furnish for a chic outdoor living room feel. Position a teak modular sofa centrally and make the space social with complementary Adirondack-style chairs. Connect with nature and frame the balcony with sculptured evergreens in organic box planters.
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