31. Feature Wall:

Use a unique contrast material like red clay, copper, cement, wood cladding, limestone, or even green walls to create a minimalistic feature wall in your garden. This should be the emphasis of your garden and the materials used should be different than the ones used. 

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32. Colorful Concrete Furniture:

Concrete furniture is highly durable and is a sublime way to implement it outdoors.  You can leave it in heavy sunlight or rain, without worrying about its damage. Adding color to the concrete gives a playful and exciting look to your overall garden. 

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33. Patterned Tiles: 

Cover your patio with patterned tiles to help create a seamless look. Using a bold color or pattern will increase the impact it has on the overall outdoor spaces. 

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34. Curvy Steps:

In landscape architecture, people often use curvy steps as they are refined and elegant. Even though they take up more space than normal steps, they instantly add interest and movement to a garden. 

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35. Integrate Steps With Water Elements:

A change in height in a garden is a clever way to incorporate water feature ideas. Pools spilling from one level to the next are a great way to bring movement, light, and sound to an outside space. 

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36. Softscape and Hardscape Harmony:

Having definite structures makes it possible for designers to customize the outdoor area according to the client’s priorities. There is a balanced mixture between softscape and hardscape to provide green spots, seating spaces, and pathways. 

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37. Contemporary Water Fountain:

A waterfall fountain adds a cool effect to the outdoor areas while providing spaces for plants to grow. It is suitable for small or large gardens as they can be of any shape or size. 

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38. Raised Paver Patios:

Paver patios are not only visually appealing but are also very low-maintenance. Paver is made of concrete, so it is incredibly resilient and easily washed. 

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39. Decks Around Trees:

Not only are large trees expensive to remove, but there is always a risk for damages to occur at the property. So, building a deck around an already existing tree is a unique way to preserve nature in your yard and it also gives a luxurious feel. 

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40. Rustic Outdoor Chandeliers:

Rustic chandeliers are affordable and can turn any dim area into a unique, rustic experience as they give your patio a relaxed and pale yellow glow. 

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Tulisha Srivastava is a B.Arch student with a zeal for writing, reading, and traveling. She is an aspiring architect who wants to share her viewpoint with the architecture community. Tulisha has varying interests in the fields, which include historical buildings and the relationship between movies and architecture.

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