Design of modern gardens Amanda Patton
The design of modern gardens is characterized by elegance, sophisticated image and the aesthetics of landscaping. In general the design of modern gardens takes as focus or central point the plants the structure of the solid elements as large stones if you have them. The plants that will never go out of fashion of course are green and are selected depending on the shape and size of each.
Design of modern gardens another idea of Amanda Patton
Vibrant colors are then added in designer furniture and cushions. The materials that are most popular and typical in the design of modern gardens are concrete, metal and wood. Many designers make unexpected decisions trying to escape the natural gray of concrete using the variety of vibrant colors to paint it. Metal, especially stainless steel, which is resistant, is another common accent in the design of modern gardens.
Garden with different areas Anthony Paul
We can use it for the pots for a pergola or on a wall where you can climb a climbing plant. The most used wood is the tropical because it is very resistant to moisture the wooden floors for the garden are an original touch to divide spaces. One of the main objectives in the design of gardens is the creation of contrast.
Another idea we showed you from Anthony Paul
The plants will help you to do this a combination of plants that contrasts with a wooden floor or a concrete wall the nature and the urban idea perfect for the garden. When selecting plants, you should have a simple concept in mind. The shades of green are the most used and most appropriate for the modern garden.
Modern designer garden Charlotte Rowe
We can not forget the colorful plants but they can come in a pot to give an original touch to the garden. Try planting your plants in straight lines to make your garden a sense of order. One thing that will surely seem strange to you but is very common in modern gardens is that the plants are grouped in odd numbers of three or five together.
Stairs in the garden designed by Debbie Roberts
We hope that our advice will help you to turn your garden into a modern place now we let you see the images that we have compiled for you.
Large garden with pool by designer Debbie Roberts
Very original wall and garden tulips designed by Andrew Wenham
Another idea with large pots and comfortable furniture Andrew Wenham
Plants of different colors original idea of Debbie Roberts
Garden with fewer plants designed by Debbie Roberts
Lavender color and aroma perfect for the garden
Modern garden with two resting spaces designed by John Wyer
Another view of the same design garden
Illuminated gardens for the night
Modern design garden by Rosemary Coldstream
Wood and concrete look great in the garden
Vibrantly colored furniture in modern design gardens Sue Townsend
Gardens with tropical plants design Sue Townsend
Sue Townsend's own garden in natural daylight
Large gardens with elegant idea fountains by Ian Smith
Another large garden by designer Ian Smith
Front garden designed by James Basson
Metallic pergola with designer climbing plants James Basson
Large concrete pots painted in orange by designer Patricia Fox
Terrace with wooden deckchairs and pergola that can also be used in the garden
Another modern design by Patricia Fox garden with fireplace
Urban garden designer Matthew Bell
Green and yellow plants in the urban garden of Matthew Bell design
Water and concrete combination in the garden
Wooden furniture and large pots in the modern garden