Clever Landscaping – Practical Ideas In Application

Editor   April 3, 2013   Comments Off on Clever Landscaping – Practical Ideas In Application

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Clever landscaping – cozy and inviting atmosphere

Many houses are behind it on a rectangular plot with input on the front side and long backyard. The problem is that the space left and right of the House remains useless and empty. The front yard is too small and offers no way to plant numerous flowers and trees.

Our goal is to show you that you could make the atmosphere much more inviting and comfortable. First you use accents. This is the easiest, if you plant flowers on both sides of the door or put flower pots. So you make a good impression at the bottom of the garden.

In different zones – a children’s play area and a relaxation area for adults share the backyard. Use the rest of the space on the side of the House, for a transition from the front to the back yard.

The garage is a good way for storing garden tools and accessories. So you use it as a small garden shed.

The fence protects your privacy and offers more Gemütlich – and convenience.

Clever Landscaping – plant flowers on both sides of the entrance door

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Create a cosy relaxation area, even if she should be small

clever landscaping backyard relaxation area

Guests can relax in the open air

clever landscaping backyard relaxation corner table a bank might be enough

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A play corner for the children

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Precious relaxation weekend

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Schematic of the bird’s eye view

clever landscaping bird's-eye plan

Draw your ideas before the implementation of

garden design bird's eye design sketch

Before and after the improvement

clever landscaping bird's eye design improvement

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