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Garden Seating Places


Designing of garden seating places depends primarily on the prior sketched design of the garden and yard. For the same purpose can serve asymmetrical, circular and semicircular curved surfaces and surface edges, like a geometric rectangular and square shapes. The material for the production of furniture and its design also depend on the concept of the garden and yard and home decorating style.

Central sitting area is designed according to the number of potential users. In the larger gardens can be, according to the wishes of the yard owners, arranged more than one seating. Various interests of individual family members justify setting up more seats with a coherent division of garden and yard.

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Another seating area can be placed in the rear, for example, peripheral areas of the garden. It is recommended the sunny home terrace supplement with the colder shady place to sit on the opposite side of the garden. From there the view will be on the back of the house and garden from a new perspective. Especially intense experience allow gardens with seating areas near water. Trees that blooms late, like walnuts, is particularly appropriate for warm, spring seating.

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Size of seating space will depend on:

  • Number of family members and the number of expected guests of various events and celebrations
  • The size of the house
  • The size of the garden
  • Planned purposes of space, such as setting up garden furniture, flower pots, etc..

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In paving of seating area are generally used the same material as in the design of paths. Shops for construction materials offer a variety of samples of materials that are worthwhile to review while still you are planning. That provides a good comparison of the structure and color of individual stones and their prices.

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