14 front gardens that are all about curb appeal
If you’re wanting to enhance your curb appeal, these front gardens deliver.
1 November, 2017
14 front gardens with the right curb appeal
Whether your style is contemporary or classic, getting your front garden right will enhance your home’s architecture and provide your property with a welcoming entrance. We’ve sourced 14 projects that will inspire you to pay just as much attention to your front garden as you do the backyard.
1. Concrete House
It’s the stunning concrete structure by Matt Gibson Architects that gives this front garden impact.
Features: Eco Outdoor Baw Baw and Felitti stone.
2. Quaint weatherboard
The front garden of this quaint weatherboard home is kept simple with Basalt architectural concrete pavers the main statement element.
3. Coastal vibe
This front garden by Michael Cooke Garden Design is all about keeping it sympathetic to the natural environment.
Features: Felitti stone flooring.
4. Classic with a twist
Outdoor Establishments has kept the front garden of this family home classic and a modern design aesthetic is adopted out the back.
Features: Raven Granite paving and cobblestones.
5. Contemporary Acacia
Combined with a contemporary, minimalist landscape the strong form of this home design by Brandon Architects offers great curb appeal.
6. Bellevue Hill
Weir Phillips Architects didn’t let a steep site stop them from creating a visually pleasing front garden.
Features: Endicott Cobblestones.
7. Open Space
In keeping with the neighbourhood, Lockyer Architects created an open front garden of lawn, plants and bluestone steppers in this island property.
Feature: Bluestone organic rounds.
8. Change of levels
Philippa Mowbray Architects have added interest through changes in levels in this strong front garden design.
Featured: Endicott stone paving.
9. Coastal Suburban
A level change separates the driveway from the garden of this North Curl Curl home designed by Gartner Trovato Architects.
Featured: Newport Random Ashlar natural stone.
10. Contemporary Rockery
Banyon Tree Design has created an informal rockery garden on the bank of the contemporary home in Seattle.
11. Lawned elegance
Wax Design Space has added a layer of elegance in this front garden with Bluestone paving steps and terraced lawn.
Featured: Bluestone Paving.
12. Native beachside
Kings Landscaping has opted for a native front garden to suit aesthetics of this beachside town.
Featured: Porphyry Flagstone.
13. Beach Hideaway
The attention to detail of this modern, three-storey hideaway by MHN Design Union offers an insight into what’s to come.
Featured: Fallow Granite Natural Stone.
The original 1960’s facade of this home designed by Bower Architecture is celebrated with a sophisticated front garden.
Featured: Endicott Flagstone.