Designed gardening tips

Gardening tips: how to decorate a designed garden

If we like something about good weather, it is being outdoors. And if it is in a well-furnished garden, designed with style. And with a well-thought-out distribution. Even bad weather will not take us out of our little oasis! So it’s time to examine your garden or backyard to make the most of it by finding inspiration in the most refreshing and original designs from ELLE Decor. Here are some gardening tips for you. It’s time to put on our gardening gloves and sign the best outdoor furniture. Summer will never end!

Hold On, Curves Are Coming

The cement ceiling with organic shapes has become the main protagonist of this Australian house. Why not go for such a sculptural design? In this way, we not only enjoy the shade in the garden, but we also give a sophisticated and dynamic touch to the garden.

A Place Of Rest

It seems incredible that this garden is in a house in Madrid. Thanks to the route with natural forms, they have achieved a quiet corner where they can enjoy a green space with lilac flowers that transmit serenity.

Tropical Style

This garden has taken advantage of every corner, with a space for a mini pool, a corner with tropical plants, and a lawn area where you can enjoy the good weather. We write it down: as long as we can have a swimming pool, we will get one (no matter how small).

A Professional Garden

Professional gardening tips

If we are going to seek inspiration, what better way than to look at what the professionals do? The interior designer Luis García Fraile opened the doors of his Marbella refuge to us and we were impressed with the elegance and tranquility transmitted by the fountains.

A Garden For Summer Nights

It is clear that the garden is the most crowded space during the summer, and for this, we have to create a seating area where we can extend the evening around a brazier.

A Special Charm

In this house, the aesthetic elegance of Old Europe was fused with the informality typical of Australian life. And how? Mixing designs as if they were a trace, but with an undeniable elegance.

Inspired By The Desert

Villa Kuro is designed with tranquility and relaxation in mind, following the wabi-sabi philosophy in every corner of this inspiring home. He has even taken this idea to the garden with stones and cacti. Copy this scheme in your garden and you won’t have to worry about the lawn again!

In The Pure Mediterranean Style

If we have to imagine an ideal meal in summer, it must be something similar to this garden with a pergola populated by climbing plants. Do we agree that the shade under the plants is completely different?

A Rural Garden

If you were looking for ideas for the garden of your house in the village, you can stop here: get inspired by this farmhouse that has antiques such as doors, arches, or ceramics that partially disappear between the vines.

Here And Now

Bring the Zen philosophy to your garden by creating grooves that surround small flowerpots in a balanced and natural way. It will be your corner of disconnection (or connection, it depends on how you look at it!).

Mix & Match

This garden has a pool that mixes colors and patterns both in the covering of square tiles in an orange tone, as in the black and white seat that stands out from the plants that surround this corner. A totally inspiring mix.

Green, I Want You Green

Plants have to be the protagonists of the garden, so do not hesitate to fill it with vines, shrubs, and small trees. In summer you will appreciate it!

Modern Design

Record how the porch floor mixes with the grass. Doesn’t that seem like a very original idea to sign up for?

Eternal Summer

A delightful Mediterranean garden invites us to the dolce far niente in the shade of the trees in this country house in the south of France. And it is that the black and white furniture contrasts with the green tones of the garden. An ideal mix!

The First Impression

There is no better way than to receive your guests through a garden as charming as this one. A fountain with an elongated pond and the sound of water accompany the steps to the main entrance.

The Final Trick

Your terrace can also be turned into a garden with the help of flower pots. File the idea of ​​this terrace: hide the pot in an informal way with plants that fall from the front, and mix them with others of different heights.

Surprise Effect

We love the detail that they have designed behind the armchairs: a small green area that opens up between the cladding of the terrace with an irregular pattern.

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