Garden Design – Style That Suits You

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In the early periods of the Twentieth century, the new look of modern architecture began in Europe and the trend was spread to the other parts of the world, at a later stage. Basically speaking, modern architecture is only functional and not decorative. The modern architecture specifies structural mass buildings and ensures ordered surroundings.

It is true that garden planning has not subjected to modern style, when compared to the changes and styles developed in respect of architecture of buildings. This is because, that traditional material and practises have not changed much as far as gardening is concerned. Garden is not functionally practical, but of decorative in nature. Since garden is nothing but a natural field, containing natural elements, such as plants, flowers, etc. it is not possible to follow the characteristic of modern architecture.

Modern Designing of the Garden

During these modern days, plants are arranged in a garden in new forms to suit the scales and proportions of the newly constructed buildings of the modern era. People like to provide space in a garden, which could be used to suit our social habits that are changing often. The main idea of modern gardening technology is that, it is designed to be an extension of home, to be utilised as a place of comfort for the entire family, rather than a museum of plants. The additive parts of the modern garden are furniture, swimming pool, shelters, lighting arrangements and other decorations.

Naturally, house owners will be pleased to have peaceful surroundings, as a place for relaxation, when they are tired of strenuous work, during the whole day. Most of the people make their own garden developing, except for some hard work like grass cutting and other skilled works. If you do not take up the gardening as your hobby, you will have only fewer varieties of plants or flowers. Moreover you should be careful about the utilisation of the garden space to picture an appreciable design.

Since you are concerned with your privacy and if there is only a little space in your garden, you usually create screens of closely woven lattice, opaque plastics and broad boards of plywood, to separate your garden from the neighbouring surroundings. The high raised walls built with stones or planting of high rise trees along the boundary is too expensive for a small garden.

Plants in unusual form are planted in front of the flat surfaces to cast changing shadows and in fact this effect is given by lattice or louvers.