More Art You Can Put In Your Garden On a Budget

Living Wall Art

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Photo by Ruth and Dave

There is no need to live with a boring blank wall, or an ugly garden structure such as a garage. You can decorate it with living wall art. These kinds of structures have become very popular recently. You can cover your wall in plants which are planted in a picture frame. Succulents are particularly good to use in frame structures as they have interesting variations of shapes. This type of garden art doesn’t have to be expensive.

You can have a lot of fun creating garden wall art. The only limit is your imagination. There are plenty of different wall art frames and containers on the market, or you could make your own if you want it to be unique.

Two-Dimensional Art

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Photo by strife

There are many different types of two-dimensional art that you can use in the garden. In recent years canvas wall art has become increasingly popular as a part of garden design. Just choose something that you like and see how you can integrate it into your garden. It can be a simple way to introduce color and interest into the yard. One place which is particularly good is in an outdoor entertaining area, but any area of the garden can be brightened up by the use of outdoor canvas art.

You can also paint designs directly onto structures. You don’t have to live with that plain old blank wall which has no visual interest. If you do not have enough confidence to paint freehand onto the structure, you could try using a stencil. Just use your imagination and you can transform a boring flat surface into a work of art.

Stained Glass

Stained glass can instantly give your garden color and interest. Stained glass has been used for hundreds of years to create visual interest in structures. The most obvious place that stained glass has been used is in churches and cathedrals in Great Britain. However, it can easily be used in a garden design. There are many different designs available so it is easy to find something which will complement the rest of your garden design.