Often the desire to develop your garden not missing but what is missing is inspiration. What you are preaching today is to choose the baroque style for your garden.
To develop your garden you need clear ideas and a precise plan. This can be a bit more difficult if you have a small garden that you want to visually enlarge. But let's start with a bit of history on the baroque style before starting to remodel your outdoor space.
Set up your garden in a majestic Baroque style
The Baroque style is a style marked by opulence and romance. It dates from the time of Louis XIV between 1600 and 1750. Nowadays this decorative style more attenuated but still pleases as much. If you want to decorate your garden in a baroque style, you have to bet a lot on the accessories and their exact location. Baroque gardens are characterized by low borders, "flower carpets", statuettes, fountains and pergolas.
Garden in a modern baroque style
You have to make your decorative elements of focal points that catch the eye. You can then rearrange or change their places and make different compositions. To arrange your garden in the baroque style means to divide the space into areas. Try to create various corners that can not be examined at a glance. Form small islands with your favorite plants and flowers alternating with lawns and shrubs.
Set up a baroque garden with statuettes and flowers
You can also make stairs and arrange different levels where you can plant your plants. These plants will grow freely on several levels, without cluttering the neighbors planted in the background or in the foreground. Three times more space with a simple slope! Most of the examples presented are examples of unique gardens of castles, palaces and villas. To make your garden look bigger visually in the baroque style is no longer a secret for you now!
A large garden furnished in baroque style
Spacious walkways are characteristic for the baroque garden
A large and spacious park with baroque furnishings
Green islands with a fountain in the middle ensures the baroque style for a baroque decor
A garden decorated in baroque Italian style
A sumptuous park in a castle in the Loire
The church Lucena in Spain and its baroque style garden
The geometric shape of the shrubs is one of the characters of the baroque garden
An example of baroque garden in a villa in Pompei
Flower pots are also a decorative asset
A baroque and spacious garden, excellent for walks
The garden is divided into sections e t islands to look bigger
An excellent Baroque decoration for this small garden