Inspiration

Bring the Country to You

By Orla McGoldrick
1 min read

‘Country living’ is a recurring theme sought after by new home buyers, self-builders and those making home improvements. And it’s no surprise that the warmth and charm associated with ‘country-chic’ is so commonly aspired to – this theme offers timeless style and character. Many people that live in urban areas believe this style is unattainable for properties in a town setting, but that is not the case. With the landscape design possibilities available nowadays, you don’t even have to live in the country to get a sense of country living!

For smaller spaces, a cottage garden can provide a cosy sanctuary from the hustle and bustle of the surrounding town and the stresses of everyday life. The addition of bench seating with floral cushions and space-saving shelves for potted plants can be used to add personality and function.

For larger spaces, a courtyard garden offers a multi-purpose area for secluded relaxation, hosting parties and provides a safe space for children to roam. Features such as shabby-chic style table and chairs for alfresco dining, wooden archways and the creation of paths are ideal for creating the courtyard look.

Rustic, warm toned paving adds a sense of softness and traditional styling to a home, check out Tobermore’s range of red toned paving and buff & golden coloured paving and bricks.

Tobermore offer some beautiful paving products such as Tegula, Retro and Historic Flags that evoke rustic style. These products are ideal for creating a traditional outdoor space – so Tobermore can help bring the country to you, no matter where your home is located!

Looking for some inspiration?

Take a look at our Inspiration Gallery, get ideas for your project and create your own project mood board.

Orla McGoldrick

Orla is the Consumer Marketing Manager at Tobermore. Her role involves developing and delivering marketing campaigns for the retail market across NI/ROI and GB.
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