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Landscaping around the home is no walk in the park! Seriously, it takes love, passion and a bit of trial and error to find the perfect mix of foliage, hardscaping and gardening serenity. Styles and landscaping trends, however, can change as fast as the seasons, potentially making your garden a costly, time-consuming hobby.
We have gathered all the up-and-coming landscaping trends for 2021 to give you some creative ideas. A modern garden can bring a lot of joy to your home, and if extensive or minor changes are in your plans, we have great picks for you to choose from. Here are this year’s landscaping trends:
With travel being difficult, people spend more of their free time at home. This led designers to ask, “Why go on a vacation once a year when you can take one in your backyard all year round?” With this philosophy, you can create recreational areas that will be as spectacular as a destination resort. Here are some ideas to make your backyard more comfortable:
Keep it simple! Keeping gardens perfectly groomed can be frustrating and tedious. Having a simpler garden is one of the more significant trends in landscape design this year.
To achieve this, gardeners can:
A garden that’s full of random things may not always be considered beautiful, but nothing is stopping you from using them to enhance your garden’s appearance. A trend that’s catching on makes use of old, vintage items that can become centrepieces in telling your garden’s story. How can you do this? Follow these tips:
From the moment you step outside, your landscaping should bring you joy. Having beautiful walkways and entryways is an essential trend for this year. Thankfully, there are simple techniques that you can use to achieve this:
Because life can get crazy at times, it’s nice to come home to a quiet place where you can simply hide away from worries and relax. This space can take the form of a hammock in a corner, a platform for meditation and yoga, or even an outdoor hot tub. Closed spaces have become an essential part of modern landscaping, and designers recommend the following:
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