6 ideas for a luxury outdoor life
Does your dream home look the same? I think mine already! Landscape designer Matt Leacy and the team at Landart Landscapes designed this lovely garden in Sydney. The family house is surrounded by greenery and right next to it there is an irresistible pool. Wooden floorboards from the main house connect the indoor and outdoor areas. It is evident that the garden is an extension of the house rather than acting as a separate area.
Floor-to-ceiling glass doors open to the garden terrace and allow enough daylight and fresh sea breezes to penetrate the interior of the house. People like to dine outdoors, have casual conversations and enjoy this luxury every day. Here seems to be a little piece of paradise on earth. This standard of living also includes a wonderful view of the pool and the breathtaking sea panorama.
Low-maintenance succulents grow in the garden and spread out on the patio. These weatherproof plant species offer a rich assortment of sculptural green outdoors. This is undoubtedly a very practical choice on the part of the homeowner, because the succulents require minimal maintenance for the maintenance of the garden. This is especially important if the garden is facing the ocean and is exposed to the salty sea breeze. A wellness area is pushed into the corner by the main building and the garden fence. In this way, the privacy of the house owners and possibly their guests at garden parties in the afternoon and evening is ensured. A hanging chair invites you to relax without taking up excess usable space on the patio.
A protected grill, pizza oven and the entire preparation zone clearly indicate that you are always ready to spend entertaining hours with friends and family here. The concrete and wooden floorboards are spiced up with succulents and native plant species.
Built-in benches are purposely made low so as not to spoil the ocean view, but to provide valuable additional seating when organizing garden parties. The sophisticated color palette in blue and brown reflects the nuances of both the sea and the wooden elements of the outdoor area.
The swimming pool’s expansive blue color is in perfect harmony with the magnificent panoramic ocean views, while the wooden fence enhances the privacy of the garden. The stone tiles are in visual contrast to the built-in wooden benches, which are a bit separated from the fence by great green plants.
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