12 Stunning Hamptons Style Gardens
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12 Stunning Hamptons Style Gardens

When it comes to creating a Hamptons home, sometimes curb appeal, and consideration for outdoor living can be almost as important as what’s inside. There are very distinctive elements of Hamptons gardens and landscaping, much as there are distinguishing interior elements that often come along with this aesthetic.

Some of our favourite things to see in Hamptons-style gardens? Embracing natural elements is always lovely, and it’s relatively easy to maintain. For example, having garden beds filled with wildflowers feels casual and welcoming, or a varied mix of plants and flowers all together.

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Other elements of Hamptons gardens can include classic hydrangeas, and the colours of these flowering bushes are in-line with the shades of blue that you’ll see in Hamptons interiors in many cases.

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Boxwoods are often a go-to, and if you want something a bit more manicured, you can use them as a way to create different shapes and distinctive areas lining walkways, stairs or drives.

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Trimmed hedges can also be used as a source of privacy, or to create a natural fence around a home or a particular area of a home. There may also be a variational mix of plants and paving, and also many Hamptons gardens will favour symmetry.

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Many Hamptons gardens are inspired by gardens of the English countryside as well as French gardens, but often with their own unique twists. They seamlessly tend to combine a sense of wild beauty and abundant flowering plants with more sophisticated and refined elements, such as pavers and manicured hedges.

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Hamptons gardens are often much like the interiors of the homes in that they bring together elegance but also comfort and livability.

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