Choosing a Sculpture for your Garden

To make your garden truly your own little haven, there are lots of things that you can do to it. Whether you want to fill it with all of your favourite flowers or add the most comfortable seating so that you can relax in style. Something else that has long been popular in the garden is art.

Not paintings of course, but sculpture. A sculpture can add beauty and interest to your garden, creating a look that is personal to you. Here are some tips on how to choose the perfect sculpture for your garden…

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Don’t Try to Follow Trends – Trends come and go, and therefore you might be left with something that you aren’t all that keen on in a few years. A sculpture, as with any work of art, should be something that fills you with joy, and that you know you will always love to look at. Whether you like the classical style, like a nature theme like this animal sculpture or you want a more modern or abstract piece of art.

Consider the Style of your Garden – If you are having trouble deciding, the first thing to do is to consider the style of your garden, and what you think would work with it. For example, if you have a sleek and modern garden, you might find that a modern sculpture fits in better, but if you have a mature garden then, you might want to add a more traditional style.

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The size of your garden is also something to consider when you are choosing a sculpture, and of course the location of the sculpture also needs to be considered. Think about how much impact you want your sculpture to have on the garden. If you want something that will complement the style without being overbearing then consider a smaller piece, but you might want a larger piece to create a strong focal point.

The material of the sculpture also has a big impact. Some materials will need more care than others and it is a good idea to learn how to care for various materials before committing, as they will be outside in all weathers and more vulnerable to the elements than indoor sculptures.

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