Step out of your door and into the best restaurant in the neighbourhood with an inviting and oh-so-stylish outdoor dining area. One of the most favourable garden trends of late is entertaining in the garden, however, the humble barbecue is no longer enough for the outdoor dinner party host. With a surge in approval and John Lewis models flying off the shelves, gourmet home smoking is the new social barbie.
We’re constantly being reminded to practice mindfulness these days so why not transform your back garden into a calming tranquil space. With an emphasis on being present in the moment, mindfulness is certainly influencing garden trends this year. Focus on stimulating the senses with healing lavender, therapeutic water features and energising blue and yellow hues.
Bring the Indoors Out
Now that the weather is warming up again there is no better time to create an extension of your homes interior living space. Accessorise your outdoor furniture with sleek soft furnishings in a statement pastel colour. Potted plants, lanterns and botanical print cushions also work to carry the indoors out and will enhance your outside space this Summer.
If you’re not familiar with Scandi glamour, it’s a monochrome colour scheme that makes outdoor greenery and plant life pop. Contemporary black adds a touch of glamour whilst a palette of white and grey brings an element of cool. Accessorise your cosmopolitan Scandi garden with inky planters, lanterns and even dramatic fire pits.
She Shed or Man Cave
With an annual competition dedicated to it (Shed of The Year) and a great way to extend your home into the garden, a modern take on the traditional shed is also a fabulous way to relax and have a bit of you time. Whether a She Shed or Man Cave, a custom-made posh shed without a doubt is one of the most rewarding garden trends of this Summer.
We hope you have enjoyed reading this weeks blog, 5 garden trends for the perfect outdoor space this Summer. As producers of luxury residential doors, our belief in superior quality and sustainable manufacturing methods is on par with the belief that everyone should have access to a beautiful and tranquil, outdoor paradise. As the saying goes ‘’To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow.’’
Written and published by, Hannah King