Garden Ideas. Sunday , August 09th , 2020 - 15:18:27 PM
It doesn’t have to be dark to get a fire going. A crackling fire warms up your backyard (aesthetically, but also literally), and there are plenty of options for fire pits. A traditional wood-burning fire pit surrounded by chairs is a backyard classic, but you could also skip the smoke with a gas pit. For those low on space, tiki torches or more modern fire heater are also excellent options for backyard entertaining ambiance.
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.
Once you know what zone you’re in, we recommend designing your garden by vibe (more tropical? English garden? rustic wildflowers?) and your color palette (what is the ideal backdrop for this year’s outdoor activities?). Add in a few plants that attract bees — it might seem scary, but these natural pollinators will make sure your flowers bloom. Don’t have a giant yard or huge garden? Build a container garden. It’ll give you the same hit of nature that we all crave after a long winter on a smaller patio, balcony, or porch.
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