Dutch House

  • Art Nouveau. Nouveau as a style corresponding to a singularity architecture in the early centuries, differing ease conceived lines and sculptural its volume. Garden interpreted as a "disclosure" room of the house, the strict and quite devoid of any glamorized architecture. Garden image was built on the respect of the house as a "machine for living", because it invariably contains notes of sports: tennis courts (if available) and swimming pool are located on the mind. Fences are simple, strong lines: black grille on the white walls. Garden modernism aspired to the motto – "it is better when lower. American gymnast addresses the importance of the matter here.

    Therefore, some accessories. Strict outlines of buildings are combined with the architectural form of plants. Color fresh and clean. Strictly contrasting parts. Simple fence – lattice of dark tones. Containers to house plants – concrete tanks or terracotta pots – all simple in form. Plate paving, with a geometric pattern, replacing each other's light and dark shades, sometimes inserted pebbles.

    As for furniture, it is also simple, without decoration – modern aluminum and plastic materials. Similarly, the garden is made geometrically correct, but without any intricacy. Dutch garden. As if descended from the old masters' paintings, preserving tradition, throwing a Dutch garden. Usually it is a small, well-groomed lawn and is situated in the center and the perimeter of the planted mixborders flowering flowers and ornamental shrubs and hardwoods. Carefully vows fence running along the entire length of the fence. It is true that's not a lot of trees, but if they have, it is fit, well-formed adults.