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For some people it is enough to place a garden shed somewhere in the corner of their yard while other people are trying to come up with the new ideas of how to create some extra space for outdoor activities. They try to build a garden office or a studio workshop, a guest house or beautiful gazebos, wooden garages or carports, which would blend harmonically into the yard.

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Another type of garden building is wooden gazebos. It is necessary to mention that gazebos have a long history and they are mentioned in Chinese and Persian literature. Generally speaking, wooden gazebos are log cabins with pavilion structure. A gazebo can be a separate structure or attached to another wall of your house or other building. It can also be with a roof and openness on all sides. The gazebo is installed to give a shelter and it is also a design element, a part of the landscape, and a place to rest. There are a lot of different types of the gazebos. Gazebos include kiosks, pavilions, follies, pergola, rotunda, and other similar buildings. Most of the gazebos are built where sunny and warm climate is.

Condo Gardening If you live in a condo or in an apartment, then your gardening might be limited to flowerpot gardening, or windowsill gardening or patio gardening. Whatever the case, you can still garden! There are ways to do this --even in apartments and even in the strictest condos. Ears open now?

Colour Another trick in the designing tool bag is using colour. Colour is the sensation of illumination which is light. The way colours inter-react with each other depends on their position in colour wheel. Manipulating colour is great fun and can create all sorts of illusions. Colours are divided into 2 groups primary red, yellow, blue and secondary green, violet, orange. Secondary colours are made of combining two primary such as mixing blue and yellow together to create green. You can make a space look cold or create distance by using pale and brown colours. You can also make a space looker bigger than it really is by using warm colours such as oranges, reds or yellows. If you want to make a space look closer to you, again use warm colours. As reds, oranges or yellow are very busy colours to the eye, it is a good idea to intersperse white flowers or grey foliage plants to calm the visual scene down. White and grey also intensify blue and pale colours.

This practical advice should help you to choose artwork for your garden that blends in and creates interest as a focal point. If you have any further advice about selecting pieces for the garden let us know your ideas in the comments section below. Happy gardening!

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