Plant Care Interiorscapes uses color combinations making sure they compliment each other. For example, there are three basic color schemes. Monochromatic: consists of different shades and tints of one color. Analogous: includes colors that are side-by-side on a color chart, for example: orange-green, (Our website is based on this color scheme).
Complementary: color schemes which include colors on either side of a color chart, such as: orange-blue.
When creating and using colors and color schemes for our client’s landscaping design, we take careful approaches taking important factors into consideration not only with colors, but with forms, lines and textures of your house bricks, patio pavers, driveway pavers, plants and flowers. We then Blend these factors, and color schemes, to create dramatic design contrasts that will overcome all your expectations.
Form refers to the size of your landscaping location, the relative size and shape of objects like of plants, trees, garden plots and also paved patios, driveways, walkways and courtyards. Growth and form of all plants and trees that are to be planted, whether they will still fit into the same design idea.
The Line element of landscape design refers to the way in which the eye moves and flows over your landscaping location.
Straight lines: Used to create a very dramatic, modern feel.
Curved lines: Used to evoke a sense of calmness.
The Texture simply refers softscapes, which are the plants, trees, flowers, ferns and shrubs, and the hardscapes such as your paved patios and entertaining areas, concrete driveways and walkways. Plant care Interiorscapes ensures the combination of these textures in your design to achieve a modern landscape setting!