Transforming Your Garden Into A Luxury Space
When it comes to designing a garden space, one that matches or exceeds the luxurious design of your home’s interior, there can be a number of challenges. Not only does nature require different considerations, especially when it comes to materials and features that can survive various weather conditions, but outdoor spaces also need ongoing care and maintenance to ensure that they continue looking decadent.
This, however, shouldn’t put you off from attempting such a design. In fact, if you want to elevate your property value and live in a home of outstanding beauty, then you will need to get to grips with your garden space. To help you on this journey, we’ve put together a list of great ways to transform your garden, including the pursuits and assets that you can use to create a truly luxurious space.
Find Your Balance
Thankfully, luxurious garden styles can also be low maintenance. High-quality marble and concrete can be used to create a robust outdoor environment that is also elegant in its design. While these spaces tend to detract from the amount of nature, or at least earth, showcased in your design, they don’t altogether negate it. In fact, covering the ground with concrete can both prevent weeds and allow for garden pots and raised beds to be supported, bringing a curated wild into your garden.
Build A Structure
Garden spaces don’t necessitate the outdoors. In fact, many luxurious gardens are now hosting outbuildings in their designs, log cabins and annexes that allow residents to enjoy a relaxing respite year-round. These outbuildings have fantastic potential and can be enjoyed for their privacy, comfort, and decadence. They’re even ideal for hosting garden parties too!
As homes seek to expand their floorplan, creating additional rooms for entertainment or professional purposes, garden outbuildings are becoming ever more sought after. So, if you want to elevate your garden’s potential, it might be worth reconsidering your entire property needs.
Feed The Senses
Sight should not solely be your consideration when designing outdoor aesthetics. To achieve absolute luxury, you must also consider sound and smell. Babbling waters, those of fountains and ponds, are wonderfully idyllic and create a beautiful ambience for garden spaces, which can be perfect for relaxation.
Scents too can have a relaxing effect but, more importantly, inspire and appeal to visitors, enchanting the senses every time anyone enters the natural space. Flowers, such as mint and lavender, are low maintenance and have a powerful aroma, making them ideal for gardens.
Colours can be introduced into a garden in a number of ways and yet, when it comes to garden design, homeowners tend to rely entirely upon the vibrance of flowers. While there are certainly stunning examples of flora, they can be unreliable and short-lived. Alternatively, colours and a larger aesthetic theme can be introduced by other means too. Furniture can be painted, flower pots can be spruced, and lights can even be installed to project different glows. So, before you settle on autumnal and earthen colours schemes, consider the possibilities that might better showcase your eye for design.