All minimalist design hides behind its project clean lines, clear and unobtrusive colors, simple shapes and decorative details just right. Right as 8 inch table saw blades!
Minimalist Garden Design. “The keys to success”
In a minimalist garden, everything that is not necessarily necessary is dispensed with. In every garden project with a minimalist design “Less is always more”.
→ The keys to a minimalist garden
- Diaphanous spaces, where the amplitude and luminosity shine above any other virtue typical of the design of such a special garden.
- Plants, trees and shrubs. “Always the right ones” In use of plants, trees and other tree species should be adjusted to the minimum and necessary. No bright, overly colored flowers, no large trees or shrubs. A minimalist garden design fits a few small plants that are arranged and organized with precision to generate a joint visual and functional of our garden.
- Generate continuous lines. To define an exterior space as a natural and continuous extension of the interior space of the house. To achieve this, large windows that minimize barriers are the perfect solution. Generating a natural transition between the interior and exterior of the house will bring us closer to the perfect minimalist garden.
- Luminosity above all. All minimalist garden design must bet on simple lines and the generation of light in all its context. To do this, we must avoid at all costs the use of curved designs, generation of corners and hidden spaces, besides completely forgetting to overload our garden with ornamental details.
- Use of noble materials. The choice of materials is essential when designing our garden. Wood and stone give our garden the right texture and color to convey the image of simplicity and lightness that we look for in the design of our minimalist garden.
- Combination of colors. Any minimalist garden design should completely dispense with the use of bright, overloaded colors. The perfect combination, and one that never fails, is that which provides a neutral character, that is to say, a combination of greys and whites, and where the coloring and freshness will come from the hands of the greens provided by the vegetation used.
- Water as an essential element. Ponds and fountains provide those essential virtues that make a minimalist garden a unique project. The harmony and peace, typical of minimalist gardens, will be reinforced with the inclusion in the design of elements such as fountains, ponds and artificial waterfalls.
- Furniture. The use of furniture should be reduced to the minimum. Its location should be strategic, as they will provide functionality to our garden.