3 Amazing Ideas to Improve a Modern Garden with Antiques

Garden with gazeboImproving the appearance of your yard normally involves buying additional decor or plants. However, you don’t need to buy modern pieces or expensive contemporary additions to make it more inviting. You can help preserve the planet by choosing reclaimed building fixtures and antique decorative items instead. Consider these classy additions:

A Reading Nook

French garden antiques placed sparingly around a refurbished classic couch, complete with small side tables and an ottoman would be the perfect setting for a secret reading area or a unique place to entertain guests. Plan your garden design around this section, choosing between turning it into a secluded spot with numerous plants all around or an open space to view the whole yard.

Garden Statues

Forget the garden gnomes and pink flamingos. After all, you can’t get any classier than adding aged statues to your meticulously designed yard. Choose one central piece or aim to place smaller statues strategically to highlight certain spots in the garden. Do consider your yard space, color scheme, and theme when choosing what pieces to buy.

A Stone Fountain

Nothing says garden more than having a stone fountain in the middle of the yard, whether it’s the driveway or backyard. If you feel it’s a little too much, you can reserve this fixture behind your home if there’s enough space for it. You can also consider installing it in one corner of the yard to augment your pool (if you have one).

Mixing old with new is now a trend and it's truly making a mark in modern architecture and design. The outcome offers a constant delightful surprise to homeowners and helps Mother Nature by reducing waste. Admittedly, it’s a great way to create your own wonderful spot.