Midcentury modern interiors are quite popular, and work even better with midcentury modern landscaping themes. As we see in detail from Statistica, landscape design has gained popularity and the landscaping industry in USA has steadily grown.
Investing in landscaping can be very expensive. However, here is a closer look at some affordable midcentury landscaping ideas.
Use Easy-to-Maintain Shrubs
Well maintained vegetation is one way to make any landscape area seem more appealing than it actually is. It helps add a fresh layer of life to any piece of land. Easy to maintain shrubs which planted along the side of pavements and paths are a great addition to midcentury homes. The space needs to have enough concrete walking space so that it doesn’t look like a garden.
Add Primary Colors
Keep things classic and use primary colors in your design ideas. Restrained palettes are very obviously modernist whereas the use of primary colors in landscape and architecture is midcentury modern. If there is any geometric decoration in your interior living space, then harmonize those patterns outdoors with a midcentury twist by having them painted with primary colors. Brightly colored panels are bound to draw attention in any garden!
Use Natural Stone
Another effortless and easy way to convey the midcentury themes in landscaping is to design your space using natural stone. This was particularly popular with the midcentury architects and landscape designers because it was one of the local materials that was most easily available. By having natural stone, you can create sectioned pieces of land to separate plants and wildflowers from any other area such as path or a living space.
Gardens With No Flowers
The use of raw materials such as concrete, sand, gravel is popular in midcentury aesthetic. This meant that there is barely any focus on maintaining gardens because they are seen as secondary when it comes to having a midcentury landscape. For this reason, flowers aren’t very popular unless they are used to accentuate geometric patterns or are confined to sectioned areas within a particular garden. Having gardens with no flowers is one of the ways you can channel the midcentury vibe in your household.
See-through Walls and Windows
Transparent windows and walls are extremely popular in midcentury landscaping design. If you have a patio, you can use transparent dining tops as well. For the windows that can be seen from the entrance or outdoor sitting area of your house, try using glass panels to create a blend of indoor and outdoor effect.
The Bottom Line
Choosing a modern landscaping design based on primary colors, natural stones and easily manageable shrubs is a great way to add appeal to the exterior of your midcentury-themes home interior, and are even easier to maintain when not flowered. Follow the above-mentioned design ideas for best results!
Design a Great Day!