Add interesting details to your outdoor space with outdoor d?cor. These pieces of art create focus pieces that draw attention to a section of your garden, and they can act as a counterpoint to flowers. Those who prefer clean lines can use them instead of plants to create color and vibrancy.
Introduce Color Throughout the Season
Outdoor d?cor adds color no matter what season it is. In the depths of winter, a bright piece of art can liven up a garden while all the blossom is hidden. During the height of summer, a sculpture can add a counterpoint to dry grass and scorched leaves to create a cooler feeling. Mirrors and mosaic mirrors add a sense of openness to your garden as they make the space feel bigger.
Arches Add Smooth Lines
An archway showcases a gate and can look great with a rose, honeysuckle, or clematis trailing through it. Those who love secret gardens can use the archway to subtly draw attention to these almost-hidden gems that open up into a small courtyard with plants. They can also be used to disguise above-ground gas tanks or outdoor structures.
Add a Centerpiece
A centerpiece sculpture adds a focus point to your garden, and it draws the eye away from the edges—ideal for the gardener who doesn't always have the time to plant bedding plants and make the borders pristine. Some centerpieces, such as bird tables and birdbaths, encourage wildlife to frequent your area and improve populations. Other pieces simply look great. Place animal sculptures in unexpected places for people to find and delight in.