Garden decoration trends 2015

A modish garden plays equal role on both form and function. We’ve put together a list of the most trending garden decorations in 2015. Introduce these ideas to your garden and make it the garden of the year!

Dark backdrop:

A dark background can provide an epic contrast for green plants and flowers of any color. You can create a drama by using black paint, which is very affordable, on the surfaces behind the plants or flowers in your garden.

House number:

Painting your house number is a great idea not only because it would look artistic, but also because the numbers wouldn’t deform, corrode, dissolve or break. It is also very inexpensive. If you already have some leftover paint from any previous work, you can get it to the use.

Growing eatable micro-greens:

Growing eatable micro-green in the garden is a novel trend. You can either plant one container of micro-greens in your garden or devote a whole part of your garden to the effort. You’re on way to make your garden appetizing because those small shoots are very fast to nurture. After you sow the seed, you will see them ready to be picked and eaten within 2 weeks.

Tinted raised bed: Even though the natural wood color has remained popular for decades, yet the trend is now budging towards dark colors. Some popular colors are black and gray. These colors can add some decorum to your kitchen garden.

Using bamboo fixtures:

Bamboo is no longer seen as an aggressive irritant. It is robust, beautiful and affordable material that can be used to build shades and boundaries in your garden. You can experiment with bamboos to make any type of accessory in your garden. You will always notice that they naturally blend into the scenery.

Small grasslands:

You can decorate your garden with solid wild flowers, grasses and plants to form a natural wave of colors all through the year. You can even plant your house roof with wild flowers and plants that show garden of any size can be turned into a small grassland. Your miniature meadow can even attract butterflies, bees and birds.

Brown grasses:

Another unique shift in garden decorations is the use of perennial grasses that turn brown in winter with plumose gist. To achieve this decoration, make sure to use drought-bearing grasses. It will also save you water. Brown color is in with all vigor this year. You can even use brown flowers, brown leaves, and brown seedpods to decorate your garden.

Small fruit bushes:

Tiny fruit bushes are the latest trend in garden decoration. You can grow a variety of fruits bushes in garden containers. Blueberry and raspberry are among the trending fruits. Tiny fruit bushes not only look beautiful, but also give you fresh, organic fruits to pick and eat right in your garden.

These garden decoration ideas are easy to achieve. If you are looking for more luxurious, modern and sophisticated garden decorations, contact us now.

Maria Lebeault

research shows that exceptional interior decoration has profound impact on our attitude, health, relationships and performance

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Maria is the lead home decoration consultant at Elegant Living Spaces. Having worked with famous Italian brands, such as Max Mara and Gucci, she holds very strong to the philosophy that your home or your office is not just a place to live or work, but also a space that should lift your spirit. Unlike most interior designers and decorators who are trained as architects and floor planners, Maria started in luxury fashion in Europe helping the most demanding celebrity customers find the best fit for them and getting very involved in the visual merchandising of the luxury fashion stores . Likewise in interior decoration, she captures the spirit of the homeowner or employees and purifies the soul of the space with her taste for art and sense for aesthetics.

Maria is Brazilian by birth. She spent most of her professional life in Europe and has been living in Toronto for the past 10 years. Having far-reaching experience working in diverse cultures that particularly value style and art, Maria concludes that decoration is about ‘creating well being.’

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