If you want your garden to look a bit more interesting, you should think about decorating. While it is awesome to have a variety of plants to make it look authentic, you should still consider adding some flare to it.
Today we will tell you about 5 unobtrusive decorations that can make your garden feel much more welcoming. But you should make sure that it is still in good shape. If it isn’t, you can always trust us to take care of it with our gardening services. But let’s get straight to the topic now!
1. Go DIY
The first decoration is not really something concrete. Instead it is about creating something new out of something you do not need in your house. For example, you can make garden lights out of old glass bottles, or use old window panels in a creative way.
Going DIY is great, because you add a layer of personality to your garden. In a way it will have a piece of yourself in it.
2. Garden Furniture That Is In Tone
It is sad to see so many gardens with beaten up plastic chairs that just make it look unappealing. Your garden can be a place to rest and enjoy nature privately, but you cannot do that when certain details are off. Consider buying higher quality furniture, maybe made of wood, or decorated metal. But ditch plastic altogether.
3. Lighting Is Key
The one thing that most people get wrong when decorating their gardens is that they neglect lighting. Sure, you may throw a lamp post or something, but what more do you need? Actually, you can get very creative!
With a variety of waterproof LED lights you can accent different parts of your garden in interesting ways. If you go with the RGB (colored) lights, you have even more options. A simple solution would be to light up the pavement, maybe the garden table as well and other accent pieces, if you choose.
4. Pots Can Be Interesting
People have various opinions on whether or not you should have pots in your garden. Some don’t like them, because they think the garden should be as natural as possible, while others don’t want them, because pots are a bit bland. But that can be fixed!
You can decorate your pots in a variety of ways and you should definitely pick materials that are in tone with your whole garden (kind of like tip #2). Painting the pots can also work great!
5. Consider A Water Fountain
While in general a water fountain is not low key at all, you do not have to go overboard with it. There are small decorative fountains that can work great, or you can go with something a bit bigger. The great thing is that it is entirely up to you. Want to spice things up? Go big. Want something simpler, but that still adds to your garden’s aesthetic? Go small.