Having an exquisite landscape without garden wall art is as worthless as a Romeo without his Juliet. Paying careful attention to detail has always been the key factor of many an artist’s success. Therefore strive to enhance the natural beauty of the external area of your garden by weaving garden wall art in to its silken chemise. Some professional garden designers say that plants are the key factor that completes a garden design. Others on the other hand believe that bolder garden features such as artificial fountains or sculptures provide the crowning finish for any landscape. Imagine all this surrounded by bare walls that reflect no personality whatsoever. Don’t leave your garden design thirsting for more once completion.
Garden wall art refers to any pattern that is engraved or painted on to your garden wall. Yes, wall art does not only refer to paintings. Garden wall art especially promotes intricate metal, wood, concrete, clay or marble wall sculpturing in order to give the garden design a more refined touch. Many garden designers actually build the whole garden design around the chosen wall art. Every artist needs a staring point, and garden designing is no exception. Therefore choosing a type of garden wall art that best reflects ones preference and personality is recommended because it is always easier to build around something that you love.
An interesting advantage of garden wall art is that you do not always require a professional to implement it. For more basic types of wall art, all you might need is a hammer, a screw and a big imagination. You can decorate your garden walls with a clay figurine that you are partial to if it suits you and your garden. You can also put up attractive grills on your walls to enable plants to grow along it in order to give it a more naturalistic effect. Using a garden plaque in the center of a vine covered wall is also an extremely attractive garden wall art idea that was used in early Britain.
Therefore it is important for you to understand that your garden wall art does not have to be a stereotype. Go crazy with the idea. Do what you want. Let your walls reflect your inner personality. After all, there’s no point in having an attractive garden if you haven’t left your mark in it. Wall art unlike other garden features, is flexible enough to cover all tastes and styles.