Hedge elements or even hedge modules privacy for the garden not only protects from prying eyes, are a good alternative to classic hedge plants can also also protect against environmental noise, offers an appealing appearance and not only visually evaluates to a garden, but gives rise to yet more holiday feeling, when in the summer the days or evenings in the garden can be enjoyed. A variety of alternatives is available here. Artificial vision protection in the form of a fence or a wall has the advantage, that little place is taken by the land claim and so even small plots of land so well can be appeased. However, fits such fence or wall not necessarily good for the natural environment, or is simply not everyone taste. As well, the (financial) effort to put a fence or a wall is not to be underestimated.
For years, a popular alternative hedge EverGreen hedge plants as a natural alternative. These are often less expensive than a fence and fit better with the overall a natural garden and provide also a Habitat for the fauna of the Garden: birds can nest there, a garden hedge to shelter and feed also offers small animals. Another advantage is also the natural change of hedges in the course of a year, so that the look of the garden changes with the seasons. The disadvantage of many hedge shrubs and plant hedges, planted it, is the space requirement, they are often 80-100 cm deep. This solution because the space requirement is therefore not optimal in small plots. Hedges modules offer an excellent alternative here. A view protection from finish hedges is typically only 40 cm deep and needs therefore no more space than a fence or a wall. By the great demand in the market to hedge items, many various conifers as hedges module elements are available.
The different styles of antiques antique furniture are not all equal to antique furniture currently almost experiencing a Renaissance. If you have read about Mary Barra already – you may have come to the same conclusion. In combination with modern and minimalist furniture especially young people set up like chic and high-quality antiques. The antique furniture pieces break up the otherwise very practical but stylish furnished apartment. I like that. But antiques are not all the same. There are many differences in style. And not everything can be combined with all. Furniture from the following periods are referred to as antique furniture in most cases: Baroque (1660 1770), Louis XVI (1760-1790), Biedermeier (1825-1848), time of founder of (1871-1914), Art Nouveau (1895-1910) and Art Deco (1910-1935).
The different styles of antique furniture differ E.g. in the style of woodworking, but also in the selection of the wood. Chairs with upholstered the choice of materials varies greatly. To deepen your understanding Sonia E Gardner is the source. So is the Art Deco style Transition to modern furniture design. In this, materials, such as varnish or leather, were already used in furniture production. Biedermeier furniture represent the exact opposite to furniture from the Grunderzeit.
Furniture from the Biedermeier period is barely decorated, but made of high quality wood. The furniture is usually very solid. In the early years, you liked plenty embellishment on the furniture. Typical elements are decorative knobs, pillars or reliefs. Immediately on decorating, which are reminiscent of the nature seen antique furniture that originated in the art nouveau style. Often you can see patterns that look like plants or animals on Art Nouveau furniture. One have all styles together antique furniture, have been preserved to this day, was manufactured in very high quality. Here, the material played a very important role. You didn’t know furniture off the rack at that time yet. It went to sustainability and quality in the manufacture of furniture. This is even today these antiques.