Just like small imperfections, clutter is another thing long term (and sometimes short-term) home owners have to deal with regularly. And while you might have learnt to live with it, and you feel like it makes no big difference, we have to warn you that cluttered spaces generally translate as a lack of storage space to potential buyers. Are you someone who hates unexpected visitors to your home, simply because you don’t have a lot of time to spend on cleaning and arranging it? If you do, and if you have a significantly large garden, then why not make arrangements to entertain your guests in your garden? If you’re interested, here are a few tips to help you make that happen…
It’s all about the sprucing and the shaping
No matter how large a garden it is, if the bushes are over growing, the plants wilted and lifeless, and the trees are in danger of being blown away at the next big storm, your garden is not going to be attracting a lot of visitors. Hire a gardener to get your existing plants and bushes to great shape, and to plant in new ones that look more flourished. Contact tree services to trim the dead branches, or remove the dying trees all together. The idea is to make the garden area safe for anyone to visit it at any given time.
Playing with the colors and the shapes
If you’ve ever flipped through home décor magazines, we are pretty sure that you might have noticed how the professionals generally tend to play with matching and mixing up colors and shapes when creating the perfect space. Well, it works the same in gardens as well. Once your garden sprucing is done, and you have made it safe by hiring a local arborist from Sydney based, take a step back and think about applying the above theory to your garden. It doesn’t take a lot of effort, but you can still opt for professionals if you prefer it that way.
Having a clear path through it
One of the easiest ways to make sure your garden gives out that inviting and welcoming air, is to make sure it has a clear path through your garden. For example, if your garden is off to the side of your home, a clear and inviting path way with well placed stepping stones can be a silent invitation to explore. Lining that path with a charming fence or even bushes themselves can add to that inviting effect.
A place to sit and reflect
Another fantastic way to make sure your garden is just the right place for your friends to want to hang out in, is to make it a place they can enjoy and relax at at the same time. Introducing a pond or mini water fall will create a serenity and give out an air of peace. Having comfortable garden chairs to sit own and chat in reduce the chances of them wanting to head indoors. If you enjoy swings, then garden swings look and feel fantasticso why not that as well…?