4 Easy Ways To Make Your Landscaping Pop
Landscaping Tips from Boundary Fence and Supply
Ready to make your home stand out from the rest? Well, a little strategy in landscaping can help you do juthattat! Boundary Fence and Supply in Denver gives you four tips to transform your front yard into a thing of beauty and admiration. With over 43 years experience of providing gate and fencing solutions to create yards, gardens or spaces our clients have always wanted, today we offer you some landscaping tips! Our fences create the boundaries and enclose the landscaping beauty you choose to fill it with. Below are some ideas for landscaping to set your yard apart!
Create a Focal Point
Think of your yard as a blank canvas, framed by your fence. Inside your ‘canvas’, use your landscaping to draw your eye to the front door. You can do this by framing it with bushes or small trees on either side of the path leading up to the door. You don’t want to cover your door visually, you just want to frame it!
Keep Fresh Mulch
In the gardens surrounding your home, be sure to keep your mulch thick and fresh. Think of it as grooming. A well-groomed home has an abundance of thick, fresh mulch providing a clean updated look to your home. Rubber bark is excellent for windy areas, and its color is also guaranteed for 12 years. With the rubber mulch, you would only need to touch up every couple of years.
Keep Flowers and Grass Separate
Flowers and grass are friends, although not in the same area. Distinguish between the two with small rubber dividers, brick pavers, or other means of division between garden and yard.
Make An Impact With Colors
When planning your landscape design, consider the colors of the plants. Most landscape designers agree that color schemes are more effective when using large masses of color, instead of a single plant. Group plants in drifts for maximum impact and pop! White is a standard classic, creating a nice contrast with the greenery. Warm colors, such as reds, yellows, and oranges make large spaces seem smaller. These colors come toward you. Cooler colors, blue, green and purple, seem farther away than they really are. These colors can make small spaces seem larger.
Frame Your Landscaping with a Boundary Fence
You are ready to make your landscaping stand out. Call us for a free estimate on finding an appropriate fence to frame your property or a garden gate to help create that focal point! Boundary Fence and Supply in Denver has been in business since 1973, owned and operated by the Unruh family. We will sell and install the best and repair the rest! We take pride in our products and customer service. Your business and satisfaction is important to us, let our expert, professional sales staff provide you with a free estimate, call today!