Your home and your landscape should be a reflection of you and the whole family. The yard serves as the first impression of your home and it should be inviting to people. You can plan your yard to enhance the beauty of your home. Your landscape should bring out the best of your home, whether it is a modern home or an old-fashioned home. Harmony and unity should be considered when landscaping your yard.
Consider the architectural structure and character of your home when evaluating your site. The most efficient landscaping draws attention and enhances the beauty of your home and harmony to its style. It is important to take into consideration if your home is one or two storey, formal, modern, traditional or rustic.
Use plants that match each other and complement your home as well. Proper grouping and placement brings out the beauty of your home.
The two types of landscaping balance are symmetrical and asymmetrical. Both create equality in the landscape in different ways. A symmetrical balance can be achieved by arranging and planting elements in a mirror image. It is simple and gives a formal value to the landscape and more fitting for formal or traditional homes or those homes with symmetrical shape like a front door in the middle with the appropriate number of windows on both sides.
Asymmetrical balance is less structured and is more on gut feeling than rules and formulas. Using asymmetrical balance in your landscape creates a casual and informal atmosphere that is appropriate for a home and homeowners with a relaxed attitude.
The front yard should be the main focal point of entry to your house. Select specimen plants or exciting effects to strengthen and fortify the importance of your front door. Effective placement of accents escalates the interest of the design and improves the visual appeal. However, it is also true that less is more when it comes to designs. Too many designs and accessories could create a muddled design and could create visual confusion.
Landscape materials placement helps the house fit into its surroundings. Good landscaping aids in softening the angles and sharp corners of the home and blends fabricated structure into the natural ones.
The most important thing is to design your yard as a frame to your house. This can be achieved by planting large trees or shrubs on both sides of the home to draw attention to your front door. Avoid using large plants near your front door since this can block it from view and could cause confusion to people.
When using flowers to boost your home’s appearance, you should be cautious in doing so. Flowers should not be the prevailing feature in your yard. Refrain from scattering flowerbeds in the lawn and do not line the driveway with them. This diverts attention from your front door. You may use flowers as an added touch and can be used best as space fillers while new shrubs are growing.
Bear in mind that the yard should not only bring out the beauty of your home but should also complement your style and taste.
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