Flourishing Trends in Landscape Design:

What’s In and What’s Out for 2024.

As we step into the new year, the world of landscape design continues to evolve with fresh ideas and innovative concepts. In this blog, we take a closer look at the flourishing trends that are set to define landscape design in 2024. Whether you’re planning a garden makeover or starting from scratch, stay ahead of the curve with these insights into what’s in and what’s out in the world of outdoor aesthetics.

Sustainable Gardens Take Centre Stage In: Sustainability is not just a buzzword; it’s a way of life. Embrace the trend of sustainable landscaping, incorporating native plants, rain gardens, and eco-friendly materials. Our experts showcase how you can create a beautiful garden that is not only visually appealing but also environmentally responsible.

Out: High-maintenance lawns and water-intensive plants are on the decline. Say goodbye to designs that prioritize  aesthetics over sustainability. The focus is shifting towards low-impact, water-wise solutions that stand the test of time.

Tech Meets Nature: Smart Landscaping Integration In: The future is smart, and so is landscaping. Explore how technology seamlessly integrates with nature, from automated irrigation systems to smart lighting. Discover how these innovations not only enhance convenience but also contribute to resource efficiency.

Out: Manual irrigation methods and traditional lighting setups are becoming a thing of the past. Embrace the efficiency and control offered by smart landscaping technologies for a garden that keeps up with the times.

Bolder Plant Choices and Colour Palettes In: Shake up your garden’s colour palette with bold choices that make a statement. Dive into the vibrant world of unconventional plant selections and striking combinations that add personality and flair to your outdoor space.

Out: Monotonous greenery and safe colour choices are taking a back seat. Explore the endless possibilities of unique plant varieties and unexpected colour schemes that redefine the traditional garden aesthetic.

Multi-Functional Outdoor Spaces In: Gardens are no longer just for looks; they’re for living. Explore the trend of multi-functional outdoor spaces that seamlessly transition from tranquil retreats to lively entertainment hubs. Learn how to design areas that serve different purposes without compromising on style.

Out: Single-purpose gardens that lack versatility are becoming outdated. Embrace designs that cater to various activities, ensuring your outdoor space is adaptable and suits the diverse needs of modern lifestyles.

Artistic Hardscape Statements In: Hardscape elements are becoming the canvas for artistic expression. Discover how creative paving patterns, unique materials, and sculptural features can transform your outdoor space into a work of art. Our experts share insights into the trends shaping hardscape design.

Out: Cookie-cutter hardscape designs that lack imagination are making way for bold, artistic statements. Say farewell to uniformity and explore the possibilities of hardscape elements that showcase your personal style.

Ready to Embrace the Future of Landscape Design?

If you’re excited about incorporating these trends into your landscape, the Outside Space team is here to guide you. Contact us for a consultation, and let’s bring your garden into the forefront of 2024’s landscape design trends.

Contact Outside Space: https://outsidespace.com.au/get-in-touch/

Stay ahead of the curve and infuse your outdoor space with the latest trends. With Outside Space, your garden becomes a canvas for the future of landscape design.

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