Modern wall art

Transform a large eye-sore wall into a conversational piece and a personal statement. Adding colour to it in an expressional piece of artwork will certainly brighten your children’s play area / teen zone.
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Architectural chairs

Create a calm soothing space in your garden by surrounding two simple architectural chairs by greenery. The green backdrop of plants will contrast against and will emphasise the simplicity of the architectural styled seating, enhancing the impact of the design of the chairs in their intended setting. The style of the chairs should be simple and elegant, singular in colour, unusual in shape, but...
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Glass lights

Lighting in an outdoor space does not need to extend to expensive light fittings. Unique lighting opportunities exist with any glass or perspex item. Upcycle Coke-a-cola or Consol glass bottles into a chandelier, or turn wine glasses upside down and light them up as a creative and interesting decor piece that serves its purpose as functional lighting too.
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Tree stump playhouse

Cutting a tree down and removing its remaining trunk and roots can be quite expensive, so many home owners choose to leave the tree stump in the garden. Turn the tree stump into an artistic feature and make it a functional part of the garden, in the form of a playhouse for your children.
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Modern Veggie garden

Create a neat and modern twist on the traditional veggie or herb garden with a strong structural element using geometrically shaped boxes on a wall, with horizontal lines on the facade to give it a neat contemporary feel. Or install large metal containers in long lines to present a minimalist look in a neat organised layout. Raised boxes make gardening and harvesting easier, and a metal finish...
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Pebble wall

Utilising different sized pebbles and/or differing shapes of pebbles will bring in highlights to your design, and enhances a pattern by bringing attention to specific aspects of the pattern. Or simply let the pebble shape and size dictate the pattern with its own textures en masse. Textures on the pebble wall or floor are pleasing to the touch and an active visual sensation.
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Greened geometric pavers

Soften your stepping stones, or geometrically placed pavers with a little greenery inbetween. Modern large pavers equally spaced would be best with between 70 – 100mm of greening space between that can be planted up with the most appropriate ground cover. Wonder lawn (Dichondra repens), Viola (Viola pallens), soleirolii (Soleirolia soleirolii), penny royal (Mentha pulegium), dwarf mondo...
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Pots on a wall

If your home has a Mediterranean feel, then the use of terracotta pots for herbs or architectural plants is a must. To fit the natural feel of the clay pots into a more modern environment, epoxy powder coated metal rings into a wall in a straight line. Place the terracotta pots with your chosen plants into these rings for a neat feature.
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Creative pergola

Create an interesting feature of your pergola in your outdoor entertaining space. Different sizes and shapes of wood, work well with the gaps in between to create a unique feature of dark and light, space and coziness.
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Herringbone Deck

Finish off the corners of your deck in an unusual pattern. The traditional herringbone pattern canbe very neat and will bring a sense of interest to the edging of decking framing a focal point.
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