Dream Rooftop Garden Ideas for Your Terrace

October 22, 2016

There’s nothing better than relaxing on a rooftop patio with friends, food, good music and never-ending views. Throw in your favourite snacks and it’s officially a perfect day or evening. Some of us are lucky enough to have a rooftop garden; the rest of us can always indulge in a bit of wishful thinking that can make way for similar spaces in your terrace.

 

Rooftop Garden Ideas

 

Get inspired with these lovely outdoor perches that are designed to sit back and enjoy.

Party pod

A sun-drenched rooftop is probably what people dream, especially with a home located along a beach. If you own a beach house, imagine the view of crystal-clear waters making your terrace a dream space to party in style. Paint the terrace plain white to keep the heat down. Add glass rails to allow more room for light and to get a clear view of the sea. Choose dark colour, earthy furniture with bright orange or blue accents to add a modern touch. You can choose FRP furniture that comes in nature inspired designs. They are perfect for outdoor seating as they can withstand extreme hot and cold weather.

Lazy Susan

A few casual seating, natural wood and plenty of well-maintained trees and shrubs can make a boring space come alive. A cup of green tea and your favourite book is all you need to relax or have a short nap on a lazy afternoon. Incorporate FRP furniture and sensible FRP planters which work best for outdoor spaces.

Quick escapade

You can make your vacant terrace into an unpretentiously stylish outdoor space. You needn’t require loads of fancy lighting or perfectly manicured plants. Use FRP planters to plant a few native shrubs. Opt for low-maintenance seating options like FRP benches and stools with natural accented fabric throw pillows. Mustard yellow colour palette goes well with such spaces.

Posh penthouse

Add stunning features with a sleek wraparound deck to achieve sophistication and glamour. Add planting beds and raise aromatic plants that are ideal to refresh the evening atmosphere. Include a great focal point y installing a great looking fountain.


City oasis

Bring in a little bit of Morocco by incorporating a mix of FRP wooden accented furniture and planters with native plants. Add hanging lanterns and an embroidered rug. Choose low seating in some interesting shades. This is a great way to create an oasis in the midst of a bustling city. Install bamboo pergolas and hang inverted flower pots for the day and lanterns for the evening. Use white lamps and lanterns for a more pared-down look, or patterned ones for a more eclectic mood.





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