Completing your Landscape Design with Suitable Garden Furniture
A garden can really come to life once the plans of a landscape design have been completed. The final sight to observe will be a dream setting, where the bags of rubble and the skip have left the drive, and instead the flowers are in bloom and the grass smells fresh.
However, besides the new paths and planted trees and flowers, adding suitable garden furniture to your landscape design can really complete the look and feel of your outdoor space. With this in mind, Living It Up take a closer look at how you can choose the correct furniture and what it will do to your new-look garden.
Maintaining a theme
When the landscape designers have been in and made the agreed changes, it will be easy to spot the exact theme that is running through your garden. In order to top it off with new garden furniture, make sure you only use designs that fit in with this theme.
So for example, if there is a rustic feel, you could buy an old or worn looking circular coffee table to match. Alternatively, if there is a heavy wood emphasis through features such as trellises and fencing, then perhaps rattan garden chairs would be more ideal. Without sticking to furniture which is of a similar style to your current features, it will be harder to distinguish the overall vibe you are trying to achieve.
Space and style
If space is a premium, then you will obviously have more choice available. However, if your new garden design is a little limited, you will simply have to make use of the space available. This will in no means devalue the impact that garden furniture can have; you may just have to be more selective initially.
For those with a big garden, you might decide to go for a classic eight plus seater round table, with a parasol to block the rays of the sun in the hotter months. This would be ideal for entertaining guests or for barbeques and would allow your guests to catch up whilst sitting comfortably in the shade.
For those with a smaller garden space, perhaps you would rather go for more seating and garden chairs, as opposed to a large table. This would still enable your guests to socialise and enjoy your amazing garden setting at the same time, so they will get the very best of both worlds.
The Alternative Options
If you are keen to break away from tradition and want to choose something different to the table and seating options, then what else is available? Well, garden furniture can come in many different forms, from sofa styled designs to bow hammocks. These designs can work really well in any garden setting and will be very inviting.
Besides this, there are also coffee tables, footstools, single chairs, dinning sets and a whole host of other styles of furniture to choose form. This is where individual preference will obviously play a part, but choice certainly isn’t limited by any means.
Hopefully this post has given you some inspiration when it comes to adding the finishing touches to your landscape garden using suitable furniture. Remember to continue a theme where possible and use the remaining space you have available to your advantage. Once you’re done, your new garden will look great.
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