Unique Home Garden Designs For Your Inspiration!

Whether you’re designing a new garden or want to revamp an old one, gardening projects require a lot of planning. Adding comfortable garden furniture will help you relax in style.

If you want your garden to be a horticultural haven, use calm and subtle colors in all aspects of your garden. Pastel shades work best, particularly when planted in ‘drifts’ of colour.

Don’t be afraid to have a go at making your own garden ornaments. Something as simple as a sundial or a birdbath can add the personal touch to your garden. Try your local salvage yard for interesting materials.

If you need inspiration for garden designs; have a look at these designs. The right landscaping ideas and container gardening combinations can make your backyard an inviting retreat.

Urban Basement Garden

Urban basement garden

Sogo Garden

(Designer: Lizzie Taylor & Dawn Issac)

sogo garden

Float Garden

(Designer: by Jack Merlo)

float garden

Cocoon Garden

(Designer: by Jack Merlo)

cocoon garden

Moss Garden

(Designer: by Jack Merlo)

moss garden

Roof Garden

roof garden

roof garden

Design From Auckland Botanical Gardens

Auckland Botanical Garden

Auckland Botanical Gardens

Blue Stick Garden

Blue Stick Garden

Mediterranean-style courtyard

mediterranean style garden

Garden Designs From Chelsea Flower Shows

(Designer: Andy Sturgeon)

Chelsea Flower Show

Chelsea Flower Show

chelsea gardens

Chelsea Flower Show 2007

Chelsea Flower Show 2005

Chelsea Flower Show 2006

Courtesy :

http://www.andysturgeon.com

http://www.housetohome.co.uk

30 COMMENTS

  1. Beautiful gardens. What a nice organic look that modern building makes. Undulating curves and rock paths. It really makes me want to redesign my backyard.

  2. I think those are all really great ideas! Some look really expensive though. And I don’t really get the Blue Sticks one, like really? Who would want a bunch of random blue sticks sticking out of their garden without a purpose? Oh well, other than that, GREAT STUFF!

  3. how inspirational! Looks so relaxing but I’m sure it took quite the planning! Too bad I lease a home at the moment! I would love to design my own garden oasis!

  4. None of them look really practical… don’t designers think about rain or spiders?

    The one with the tree ferns, spiders love tree ferns, and the ones with furniture underneath don’t provide enough shelter from rain.

    It looks like Art for Arts sake.

    Wolfie!

  5. great designs. i have a small garden space at home and i’m looking for some designs that will give life to it. i love the idea of having moss on the wall.

  6. I need more ideas!!! We have an extreme home and need some really weird landscaping ideas. These are great, and I got a few ideas already, but anyone have links to more???

  7. I can’t wait to pass these on to my son, he loves gardening, & these will just blow him away!!

  8. Wow, a great collection of inspirational designs there. Oh, to get a project like that! Makes traditional garden design seem boring! Great blog by the way. Thanks, Sue.

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