2022 Landscape Design Trends

Purple flowers in a garden by Freddy & Co.

How are you embracing outdoor living? Homeowners are turning their attention to their landscapes and investing in their outdoor spaces. With more time being spent at home, it’s important to still get fresh air and make your yard a space to enjoy, relax, and have fun, especially during the spring and summer months. 

If you’re looking to give your outdoor areas a new look and some TLC, you may want to look at the latest trends to help you get inspired.   

From the Freddy & Co. team, here are some of the top landscape design trends for 2022: 

Bringing The Indoors Out

In 2022, it’s all about bringing the indoors outside! Gone are the days of being cooped up inside during the warmer months. Investing in large patios, outdoor kitchens, dining and lounge furniture, fireplaces, and more will remain popular this year. Homeowners are looking to make the most of their living space and enjoy more time embracing all nature has to offer. 

Native Plants

This year, more and more homeowners are looking to landscape with wildlife in mind by planting a variety of native plants. From birds to bees to butterflies and various small critters, animals of all kinds will love your property. You’ll feel good knowing you’re helping your local ecosystem and providing wildlife with a happy home, too.  

Birds Paradise

There’s plenty of exciting wildlife to see right from your own backyard, including various bird species. Adding bird feeders, birdbaths, evergreen trees, and fruiting shrubs to provide birds a place to feel safe and at home is increasing in popularity this year.  

Lavish Pools

More and more people are embracing the idea of a “staycation,” meaning swimming pools are staying in high demand. Who doesn’t enjoy a dip in the pool to cool off during the summer? And homeowners aren’t stopping there; they want their new addition to be unique and luxurious. The whole family will enjoy your custom-made swimming pool with exciting features like a waterfall, slide, or hot tub.

The Color Purple

If you’re looking to add some color to your landscape, consider this trendy color! Pantone’s 2022 Color of the Year is a vibrant and joyous shade of purple that perfectly pops against bright greenery in your yard. Dress your property with beautiful purple flowers such as petunia, pansy, verbena, and more, or add some color with outdoor furniture and decor.  

Contact us to learn more about Freddy & Co.’s landscaping services! 

For premier landscaping services in Fairfield County, look no further than the team at Freddy & Co.! We provide comprehensive landscape services all year-round to ensure your property always looks spotless. Give us a call at 203-855-7854 or visit our website to learn more.

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