Using sustainable materials when making an energy efficient build has become a very important issue, and this belief has moved to gardens. Garden architecture and landscape designs are now becoming more and more energy efficient with just as much thought going into the environmental aspects of the garden, as that of the home. This accounts for the material used, the construction process and how it copes in the environment.
Sustainable garden landscaping incorporates all routines and methods used when building an eco-friendly building, with much thought and consideration toward the environment. Sustainable landscaping can range from putting kitchen waste in a compost bin and using native plants to organic gardening or garden buildings. No matter what scale of the garden, every bit of the space can be very useful. Planting trees not only creates a natural windbreak from the home keeping it warmer, but also provides natural shade.
Landscaping a sustainable garden doesn’t have to mean a drab and dreary area, but instead can be bright, colourful and modern. A garden studio from Decorated Shed would be a great addition to an environmentally friendly garden, with a warm organic feel, thanks to Western Red Cedar cladding on the garden studio that looks at ease in any environment. The bespoke design will add to the ambience of your garden, resulting in a relaxed atmosphere.
Decorated Shed’s garden studio would fit perfectly into the sustainable landscape of any garden due to its environmentally friendly materials and energy efficient construction process. At a time when the environment is prominent in people’s minds, using your garden to try and save money and energy is a very effective tool.