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If you are lucky enough to own a piece of land or a house with a good deal of space in front of the door and you want to design a garden, you are really lucky. Sometimes you can turn barren and noticeably ruined lands into beautiful lush oases and it's just a matter of commitment and creativity on your part except of course your economic availability. However, even if you cannot spend money all at once, you will gradually succeed in realizing the dream of a comfortable and functional garden, also because more precise ideas will emerge in your mind. Let's say that for now you only have an idea that you need to develop correctly and since usually haste is a bad counselor, even if you have the economic availability, you should wait and ponder all your movements well. Unless you want to benefit from the advice of an architect or outdoor designer, you will have to walk around a lot to implement your ideas because only by looking and asking, you can be confident and convinced of what you want to create.
Begin to mentally design your project
The ideas that you want to implement can be implemented only when you are completely confident, in fact, more often than not, it happens that by observing and practicing the brico centers and outdoor furniture stores, you see even more innovative ideas that attract your attention. Do not be rushed, consider well each step you are about to take, especially thinking about your family needs. Begin to devise in your mind, what kind of path you want to form at the main entrance, Choose stone slabs that are firm to sink into the ground especially if you have small children and think about the stability that the floor must have. If you like gravel paths, keep in mind that they are very uncomfortable for people who wear shoes with stiletto heels or for those who use bicycles or mopeds. If you expect the passage of strollers or prams, opt for another type of material or for the driveway to a secondary entrance where there is no continuous walk. If you are a practical person, opt for granite walkways if you wish, even with decorations. During the purchase, make sure they are easily washable even if with a garden pump. Think also of the plants that will line the driveway that must have roots that are not too intrusive, otherwise you run the risk that the slabs over time may rise from the ground where you have sunk them. If you don't want to outline the path from plants but only from outdoor elements, you can do it with tuff bricks, with low stone walls or with outdoor tiles implanted in the ground in a rhomboid position. If you like and like it, you can create a grassy lawn and plant a willow tree over the entire free area, but require expert advice first, because this type of tree needs very moist and clayey soil. In addition, the willow growing, could raise light to the house. However, there are some pH measuring devices for soil. On the green lawn, you can then think of the various furnishings to be located. If the green area you have to use as a garden is limited, don't go too far with outdoor furniture because the result would not be optimal and it is preferable to limit yourself to a few useful elements. If you can do enough, go ahead.
A garden playground and outdoor furniture
If you have children or plan to have children, think of a small playground for their enjoyment. The outdoor furniture stores, will provide you with slides, houses, swings of excellent quality. It is advisable to take good plastic games if you do not want the weather to break them. Opt for elements of resin that are robust and do not risk being damaged by the weather.
If the garden is large, think about where to place the benches that can be granite or wrought iron. Both very resistant have the only difference as maintenance. Those of wrought iron are painted from time to time respecting the antique effect that distinguishes them. You can place them under the weeping willow or in some other area of the garden. Next to one of them, you can place a tall vase in which you will place a vase with a hanging plant. These vessels can also be placed on the sides of the main door. They will give the house a rather aristocratic appearance. On the boundary wall you could place a characteristic fountain that takes up the material of the benches. On the market you will find a wide range that will enchant you regardless of the material they are made of. Next to the fountain, you can place an outdoor kitchen that is almost always in granite. Prices vary depending on their functionality. There are complete that in addition to the grill for the embers, they are also supplied with methane gas fillers if you want to cook in the open air. If the budget allows it, you can have a gazebo planted. This element is one of those things that depend on the whole context of the garden. It can in fact be a gazebo in a romantic style or one of those gazebos with large, very functional and practical white awnings, which can be dismantled during the winter season and completely washable.
Naturally every free corner will be filled with elements also born of your creativity and your creativity. An old wooden cart for example, suitably stripped and repainted with the color that you like, can become a nice and rustic plant holder while an old barrel can be the ideal support for a multicolored plant like surfinia.
How to choose the toolbox
If you have the space in your garden, you cannot miss the very comfortable tool box that avoids being scattered around the garden, various dry tools and watering cans. It's up to you whether to choose it in waterproof wood or in resin. While the former needs at least annual maintenance, the latter is easy to assemble and does not require excessive care. However, the wooden house is soundproofed and can also contain a worktop where you can do DIY jobs so you could use the drill without complications without disturbing the neighbors. Both houses are solid and indestructible but while the first is more aesthetically pleasing and serves as an additional component to the garden, the second can be placed behind the house because it appears more impersonal and cold. The latter does not even require anchoring to the ground.
Now that you have mentally designed your wonderful garden, you can proceed with the work and surely, this green area will prove to be a real oasis of peace and wellbeing for you and your family.