As house blocks become smaller, so do gardens and outdoor spaces, so to make the most of the alfresco space it’s a good idea to have professional landscaping done. Professionals have had a great deal of experience and training and know the best way to ensure every tiny corner is put to use so your garden not only adds value to your home, but enhances your lifestyle at the same time.
Here are seven of the latest trends for small gardens.
Most people enjoy some kind of greenery in their life, so small gardens are really taking off. Even if your courtyard is only big enough for a shrub and a chaise or two, you can have it designed in a way that makes it look larger. Potted plants and raised gardens don’t take up much room and will enhance your courtyard and the time spent there will be more pleasurable.
You don’t have to be an interior designer to make some trendy changes to your restaurant or cafe the next time it needs a fit-out. Simply knowing what is trendy and incorporating it into your present decor is often enough to give your hospitality space an edge. These days, so many people are interested in going green, being sustainable and saving the environment that they will even choose a cafe where they can see such themes in action.
So here are 7 hot trends some of which also incorporate sustainability, making your cafe of interest to many such patrons.
An open plan kitchen. This won’t suit every cafe model, but when it does the result is magical. People love to be able to see how chefs work, especially when they are creating meals with natural ingredients, all part of sustainability.
Using recycled materials somewhere in the building ensures that those who are into recycling will feel satisfied to know you are trying to conserve the earth’s resources. This can be as simple as finding used bricks to use as part-walls or for the front of your reception counter, or finding some distressed timber to add in for a counter or for ceiling beams or other decorative elements.