Since we have these professional landscape tricks on how to design a beautiful outdoor space, I was thinking about planting a garden. The bad news is that I live on the third floor of a loft space so I’m basically stuck in daydream mode. For now, my plan is out of constantly searching for beautiful gardens on Pinterest.
Lucky for me, I have some friends with large backyard spaces — and I hope they’ll let me live vicariously through. landscape effort. Maybe even help plant some? We shall see. To get my creative flow, I spent several hours scrolling and pinning beautiful gardens on Pinterest. Needless to say, my inspiration files are full. Now I have pages and pages about decorating and garden design saturating my screen — and I’m not mad about it. And while it was difficult to choose, these 13 gardens came out on top.
If you’re pulling out your gardening gloves or, like me, keeping your goals in the digital space, there’s no shortage of things to find. No matter what type of landscape you’re working with, there are plenty of options — each more gorgeous than the next. So, with dreams of future beautiful gardens, it’s time to dive into the treasure trove of (and always will be) Pinterest. Let’s start pinning.
Move to 13 of the most beautiful gardens in the world.
Featured image of Matthew Niemann.
Elegant and easygoing
We can’t help but start things off with Camille’s Beautiful Backyard. Our founder and editor-in-chief has worked hard over the past few years to transform her backyard into a perfectly designed area to cook, eat, gather and soak up the sun. God. The entire terrace is inspired by gravel, stone and Mallorca all towards a pleasant and organic design. If you love the Spanish aesthetic, your search for the perfect garden ends here.
If you’re a fan of all things home renovation and design, then you’re probably familiar with the work of Cathy Poshusta. Co-founder of Grit and Polish With additional renovations and renovations, Cathy and her husband approach their garden and backyard as if they were gathering — keeping things simple and streamlined. Their greenery grows wild, creating a rich, organic feel. This is the perfect area for a party or a relaxing family dinner.
Wild and whimsical
There’s nothing more romantic than a slightly luxuriant English garden. This tiny UK hideaway It’s only an hour’s drive from London, but with its natural, slightly wild aesthetic, it feels like a world away.
There is undeniably something evocative yet relatable about the Italian countryside. While we are all dying to book a trip to Tuscany as soon as possible, in the meantime we will live vicariously through this beautiful garden.
An adventurer’s oasis
Don’t miss the tropical garden if you find yourself near the sea. This is another great example of how working with natural plants with area can create a unique aesthetic without limitations.
This magical little garden looks like it was dreamed up by someone writing a fantasy children’s book. The overgrown quality gives it a mysterious look, while the colorful flowers keep it playful and captivating.
Color Saturated Sanctuary
We love a garden that supports the natural environment with vibrant decor. The pastel pink flowers are accentuated by the pots and the bright and beautiful colors brighten up the whole space.
Can’t you just see yourself sipping some tea in the middle of this flower oasis? At first glance it seems simple, making use of straight paths and simple flower clusters, but upon closer inspection, it is a carefully drawn dream of a garden. Lush white hydrangeas perfectly complement the aesthetic of abundance.
Nothing says the South of France like a lush lavender field. There is something very interesting about architecturally designed gardens. This one does a great job of having a really clean aesthetic without being boring or stuffy.
We like the bare look of a climbing trellis that supports a variety of bushes and trees. We introduce Alex Bates .’s Little House on Fire Island on site a few years ago and still can’t get enough of the timeless appeal of her garden.
ONE you woman and you vagabond– good lunch, anyone? We love the balance of structure and freedom that trees have in this garden. It’s lush, spacious, and an inspiration for anyone looking to update their outdoor space. I could look at pictures of this magical place for hours and never get bored. It uses various types of landscape architecture but still manages to have a cohesive, beautiful aesthetic that really serves to add to the peaceful nature of the place.
Just imagine happiness. This striking garden strikes the perfect balance between being manicured while preserving a bit of a wild and exotic aesthetic. It beautifully combines aspiration and accessibility — all in a truly livable space.
We love bringing in the outdoors — and vice versa, of course. This large and ornate garden blends beautifully with the architecture, surrounding every visitor in an oasis-like atmosphere.
This post was originally published on April 17, 2018, and has since been updated.