You can easily overcome the heat this summer, if you secure a shady retreat in your garden
We show you a variety of ideas on how you can plan your very own corner in the open and implement.
Make it easy
Enjoy a shady retreat in every corner of your garden and also at any time with a simple umbrella. A Sun umbrella, table and chairs, all combined in a mini room outdoors, that you all summer long enjoy.
Under vine – shaded seating area in the garden
Vines and grapes make the perfect shade, even in the sunniest place. They over a Pergola offers you, to create a soft shadow – and beautiful elegant even your garden room looks!
If your home, garage or other structure cast too much shade in your garden and there almost no grass is growing, then you create a shady OASIS rather than a flower garden. The image you see on a charming terrace with Annabelle hydrangeas flanked.
Keep it simple
Although a Pergola or terrace are both cheap and stunning, you can have a place in the garden which is just as personal, unless you spend a lot of money for it. Here offers a comfortable chair between the trees, and flowering shrubs hidden, a perfect place, to escape the summer heat with a good book in the hand or a glass of lemonade.
You need water in the garden!
Any place where water splashes, will offer you more relaxation. If you have a large water system or a simple well like these pictured here, water is the perfect way to enhance any outdoor space.
As a mysterious place
Place a bench under the trees – this is a good way to cool off. You can make your space even more intimate and private, by providing the Bank with a rustic Pergola, as this is the case. Then you can secure your privacy by covering the Pergola shade-tolerant vine, climbing hydrangeas or other autumn plants.
Play with the colors!
We think shady places are typically green and dull. But it’s not always the case. Here, a simple teak bench offers a great look and is the perfect way to relax there. Colorful cushions in matching, friendly fabrics for outdoor applications and you add festive color.
Trying to convert a place as light as possible in your garden in a shady retreat. Here an attractive garden path with a vine-covered Pergola is combined, as is the excellent place for a perfect weekend.
Here is another good way to add interest to an area of your garden, where no grass is growing. A small brick patio is flanked by a fence and bizarre shade-tolerant shrubs.
Use a fence!
Shady means not always private – so, and from the point of view of the neighbors want to stay if you are really relaxed, try it with a handling fence. He blocks the view and gives you the feeling to be really at home.
A gazebo maybe?
In this simple Pavilion feels like in the middle of the Woods – even if it is in a tree garden South of Boston. A structure like this makes private and comfortable in any case perfect your weekend! There you can experience unforgettable moments with your partner or in a small group of close friends. Have fun of us!