No doubt, garden statues are great for your yard. But, the problem comes when you don’t know where to put it in the yard. Just like furniture, you can’t place statues anywhere. For this purpose, you have to place it in an appropriate place. Stuffing your garden or yard with statues looks so crowded. Before purchasing any statue, you have to plan ideas and avoid a junky look. Here are few ways to style your garden.
Showcase your style:
If your yard has a specific theme or specific design, you can consider the matching statue and stick to it. A whimsical gnome will look funny sitting across the big stone Buddha. Either you are styling it with shabby chic, country living, Alice wonderland, or zen garden, keep it streamlined to avoid confusion and clashing.
Make a stunning focal point:
Many people purchase statues and keep them in an invisible place. What’s the point of purchasing a statue without displaying it? Take a look at your garden and decide where you have to put it. Whether you like to set it at patio set, the entrance, and other areas where people will be sitting or standing. Make sure to place it at the side where it will be visible for people.
Highlight landscaping and functionality design:
Everyone wants to enjoy their yard without any problem. You can think of placing it near tables, besides the entrance or other sections of your yard, such as alongside paths, next to your patio furniture, and other areas of the yard.
Keep it simple:
Whenever you start to doubt, it is better to keep it simple. Obviously, you don’t want your new garden statue to stand in the middle of the garden. You can use it as a compliment and add the overall look of the landscaping. When you keep your garden simple, it looks elegant and adorable.
DIY to decorate Garden:
Garden ornaments are expensive but artistic minds can help you. The use of different creative methods and techniques can save you some pennies. Garden markers, hummingbird feeders, and birdhouses building are simple projects that can help your family. You can go for homemade benches, seating elements, and garden swings to save plenty of time and tools.
Use something small:
When decorating the garden, you have to go for small things. Big things make the overall appearance rush and crowded. You can add colorful birdhouses to trees and other areas of your yard to attract colorful and tweeting birds. Wind chimes, pinwheels, and gazing balls are the other small elements that create an impact on your garden.
Decorate the outdoor living:
The use of garden décor is another way to create garden rooms for outdoor gatherings. You can make walls with flower borders, potted plants, and hedges. Whether use lawn or patio for your garden, it is your choice. If the area has no shelter, you can use patio umbrellas or gazebo. After that, you can furnish it with comfortable seating and tables.