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Front Yard Landscape Design Ideas

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Front Yard Landscape Design Ideas

Front Yard Landscape Design Ideas

In residential real estate, front gardens have traditionally had two main purposes: to provide and enhance the entrance to your home, and to make the sidewalk more attractive. In addition to these two benefits, a well-designed landscape today can also enhance the attractiveness of your home by enhancing or complementing its architecture.

To take advantage of these benefits for your front yard landscape, here are some helpful tips and ideas:

Consider the important elements that make up a good entryway design.

These three elements are vehicle traffic and parking, create an undulating hallway to your door and enhance the main entrance. Concrete, exposed aggregate, and bluestone are most commonly used for driveways today because they are durable, long-lasting, and easy to maintain. For a nice driveway, use cobblestones to line the paths and sandwich them with round stones (a popular landscape design today). You can also make sure your front entrance complements your landscape by having it painted in bright colors and placing plants and flowers on or near it.

Front Yard Landscape Design Ideas

Front Yard Landscape Design Ideas

Have a terrace garden.

Whether you have a small or a large front yard, you will greatly benefit from having patio plants as it will add texture to your lawn. Of course, you have more space to plant. When choosing your plants for your patio planters, make sure they are colorful and bright. Have a contrasting shape and texture, and are easy to maintain. Some examples of low-maintenance plants to consider (as they grow relatively everywhere in Australia) are emu and kangaroo paw.

Fill your garden with flowers.

The best-designed yards always strike a balance by including the right types of plants. However, planting brightly colored bloomers is still a sure-fire way to make your garden more welcoming and attractive. Go for bright, clear hues for more impact, even if you don’t have a lot of space.

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