In this urbanized age, where concrete covers nature and turns it into a breathing metropolis, you’re very lucky if you have a preserved piece of scenic land adjoining your home. Lush green beauty, punctuated here and there with multi-colored flowers and fascinating fruits, is always a pleasure to look at. It reminds one of the simpler–and somehow contented–times when the race to get ahead of everyone didn’t exist. Nowadays, it’s all about material progress. If you’re one of those people who wish to enrich their dimmed spirits and get their energies back, then make your garden a beauteous wonderland. A mere stroll through its greenways could uplift you tremendously.
But how can you do that? How can you append your scenic garden space in order to treble the aesthetic experience, and to get the most out of it? By installing the following structures, which are simple to erect, and prove absolutely worthwhile. Trust me.
Imagine being wrapped up in cozy overalls, holding a piping hot mug of coffee, and surrounded by loved ones sharing funny stories from the past. Laughter echoes around the family circle, while you take in the embalming heat coming from the crackling fire. Adding to the immensity of the pleasure, a cool, crisp wintry breeze gently blows through your hair and shakes the tops of trees.
A euphoric outdoor experience, with a wonderful way of bonding over a bonfire; sounds like heaven, doesn’t it? It sure does!
And how has this been made possible? Because of the fire pit, encircled by comfortable, weather-proof chairs, which you set up in your garden.
I’m sure you already know that parties are a must when it comes to maintaining a good social life. And nothing is more redundant than indoor parties, with a few streamers here and a few wall hangings there. It’s absolutely clichéd. But lavish outdoor parties are eternally in vogue. With fairy lights peeping through the intricate tree branches, a fresh air donned in festive colors, and more space to move around, a celebration in your scenic garden is truly wonderful, and practical as well. By using a marquee, which can be assembled and disassembled quite easily at a place of your choosing, you can ensure that your guests enjoy a touch of royalty.
How can you wave off that summertime sadness? By observing tiny, colorful fish, as they weave through the flickering plants, jump up the dotted corals, disappear in curious rock formations, and release tiny bubbles of air in the water. Just by sitting near your garden pond, you can let the coolness of the water wash over your hard-pressed nerves.
Another way to chillax during a scorching summer is by swimming in your outdoor pool. As you make one arm stroke after another, you move forward and leave your frustration behind. Other than that, you can float in the water and ponder over life. These water-bodies are bound to add value to your garden.
As you grow older and get entangled in adult plights, you reminisce about all those carefree days of childhood, don’t you? When “unbridled fun was the word of the day.” When you made countless exploring journeys through the neighboring wild woods with your friends and discovered treasures in tiny nooks. When you could be anything you wanted to be; an astronaut one day, and a pirate another day.
If only you could return to them!
But what you can do is enable YOUR children to have fun the same way, by building them a treehouse in your garden. In addition, if you’re the easily-worried parent type, you can install a Vivint outdoor camera to keep an eye on them, and to make sure that they are safe. It’s as simple as that.
Nearly every rom-com with a fairy-tale love theme has a gazebo scene, where a handsome man meets a beautiful woman for the first time. This first electric interaction is doubled in intensity because of the exotic and compact nature of the gazebo. Standing in the middle of a lush green garden, enclosed on all but one side with a fine railing, and topped with a spherical, triangular or rhombic dome, this structure is perfect for connecting people. If you remove the formal walls and replace the roof with a fine latticework covered with climbing vines, then you get a pergola, which is similar to a gazebo, but more nature-intensive.
By adding the aforementioned landscape architectures to your garden, you can get ready for all sorts of praise and pleasures coming your way.