Adding ornamentation to a garden is an important element, because it allows for personal expression and give the the garden character. The possibilities for adding ornamentation to a garden are endless, but sometimes finding just the right piece may be a challenge.
Fountains, arbors, trellises, pots and antiques are all examples of garden ornaments which add character and dimension to a garden. When the elements are chosen to complement a design and combine well with the style of the garden and home, everything comes together seamlessly.
Sometimes repurposing items that are already on site into a sculpture can make a surprising focal point.
Birdfeeders add an extra dimension to a garden because of the movement that birds provide
Japanese styled arbour is made of simple materials including bamboo branches and round fencing posts.
shiny ceramic garden sculpture blends in among the greens of the garden adding a small surprise when noticed
As concrete and other ornaments age, they develop a patina of moss and lichens and lend a timeless feel to a space
Reuse and recyle...this pile of recycled bricks were reused to become a focal point at the end of a garden