Burns BeachAsian Garden, Perth
What Houzz contributors are saying:
Create your wish listAs with all of my design work the first piece of homework to do is a wish list. The two items to cover are form and function. Form, as in assessing the architecture and style of the home and complimenting this with the garden theme, the levels that need to be negotiated, the existing foliage, front fence/no front fence, and the like.
If you’re building a new home and planning on decking it out with new furniture and decor, consider donating, selling or tossing unwanted belongings, or gifting them to friends or family.Does your yard need a makeover? Now is the time to enlist the services of a landscape architect so they’re ready to revamp your garden once your building project is complete, or at the same time if most of the action is happening indoors.Finally, remember to stay calm if delays occur. There are some things you just can’t plan for or prevent (such as Mother Nature or unexpected delivery delays), so there’s no use getting stressed out when there’s nothing you can do. Take comfort in the fact all of the preparation you did leading up to this point, such as choosing an experienced team who is well-versed in dealing with on-site problems, will ensure your project gets back on track with relative ease and then make the rest of the process as smooth as possible.