Presenting a Japanese Atmosphere in the Balcony Area
Japanese style garden is always identical with quietness and naturalness. If you are addicted to Japanese things and want to present a Japanese atmosphere to your house, but have a problem with the space, you can utilize the balcony area to create a Japanese garden. It’s never mind if you have a small balcony area, because all you need is only the creative arrangement. Therefore, you can take a look at these balcony Japanese garden ideas below to inspire you!
It’s a wonderful small Japanese garden. It presents a Japanese image by placing the Japanese water feature called “tsukubai” which is made of stone and the bamboo elements that come from bamboo pipe and bamboo screen. Generally, the Japanese garden has a fish pond, but in this style only has small pond with light brown pebbles in it. Potted plants in the garden are arranged nicely and they are bordered by wood chunks. This balcony garden is also combined with a patio in the wooden decked area. Sleek log wood furniture with its natural shape makes the naturalness of the Japanese garden stronger.
The decked balcony area with a small raised bed create a Japanese touch in the balcony. The existance of pebbles and rocks which harmonized by the plants makes this balcony area has a dry Japanese style garden. Indeed, water is the important element of Japanese garden but in this garden, the water has been represented by the stones which are also important element of the Japanese style. There is a tsukubai near the raised bed that add the same touch to this balcony garden. A row of sticks on the edge of the balcony seemingly makes this dry garden has its own panel or background. Enticing!
Yup, water and rocks are the important thing to create a Japanese style garden. But, not only that, gravel, sand, stone lantern, and stone wash basin also take part to embellish the Japanese garden. However, this small Japanese garden fairly shows its naturalness to the balcony area. Greenery and flowers grow to harmonize the garden style. The arrangement of rocks may seems messy, but actually it makes the garden feels more natural. And the water feature lead a stream in a balcony area which can be crossed by walking in the mini wooden bridge. So inviting!