Need a little more curb appeal to make a statement with your home? Perhaps a manicured front yard can do the trick. Make an outstanding first impression and your guests will feel welcomed and amazed at the same time. Check out these modern front yard landscaping ideas for more inspiration.
Spruce up the yard with flower beds.
Let flowers work their magic, adding color to the landscape and being cute and lovely. But you’ll have to take care of the way they are displayed. Flower beds let you organize the colors more easily and they allow you to come up with all sorts of interesting designs.
A fence and arch combo.
There’s something very attractive and beautiful about arches and I’m sure all your guests would find the idea wonderful. Try integrating the arch into the design of your fence. You can also use climbing plants and flowers to give it a more romantic look.
Concrete and grass mix for the pathway.
Don’t you just love it when the grass starts to grow between the pathway stones? It gives the yard an organic and natural look. You can take advantage of that and add your own twist to the concept. Try geometric designs and clean and simple patterns.
Wrap the porch in nature.
A nice idea is to also integrate the front porch into your design scheme. For example. Plant decorative bushes or green fences to make the porch feel more private and cozy. Start from there and you’ll figure out the rest.
In order to obtain a modern design for your front yard you must use the appropriate materials. Concrete, for example, is a simple and practical choice. Use it to make beautiful planters, to give the yard a sculptural look or to simply create contrasts.
Playing with river stones.
I love the idea of using river stones when decorating the garden or yard. There are so many lovely things you can create with them. For example, try an artistic approach and use the rocks to give shape to your front yard. Mix them with moss, plants and everything else.
A water feature.
It’s well-known that a water feature can instantly change the whole look of a garden or yard. It doesn’t have to be anything dramatic. For example, a small structure like this one can be a sort of a hybrid between a pond and a planter. You can use water plants and other elements to decorate it with.
Light up the pathway.
Don’t underestimate the important of lighting in the front yard. If you don’t want the usual lamps and lanterns, try something a little more artistic. Light up the pathway in a subtle and minimalist way.
Make a statement in your front yard with a good-looking fence. There are lots of options to explore. A stone fence like this one would definitely stand out. It’s simple and robust yet sleek and eye-catching.
A wooden bridge.
Give your front yard a sculptural look and mix materials and colors in bold ways. A wooden bridge can contrast with a stone or concrete pathway. Also, minimalist planters can maintain a cohesive look throughout.
Speaking of minimalism, if raised flower beds aren’t really your style, try something different, like these sunken planters. They’re basically steel rings used to create wells around the trees. The accent lighting gives them a dramatic look.