Life in the big city has many advantages. Like technology, life in the city keeps improving day by day. Our homes are more modernized; our schools are better. Life is sure not boring.
But there’s a flip side to it as well. The air is getting thicker with pollution, the traffic is horrendous, and privacy? That’s almost a thing in the past now. Living in the concrete jungle, and often choosing our homes in housing communities, one can never be alone, even when you really, badly need to. Don’t be despaired though, with a little work, it’s still possible to isolate your home away from prying eyes and busy bodies. Here are a few of our suggestions.
The fortress feeling
Remember when you were a child, and played building pillow fortresses? Let’s just say that some of us don’t really grow out of that stage. So, for those of you who feel that your home is your fortress, the outer walls are bound to be high. This sort of wall is also for those of you who really want to keep your neighbors’ prying eyes away from your business. Opt for carports and verandahs Adelaide in this case. Having it built wall to wall will give you a definite fortress feeling that you crave.
The quaint feeling
Who doesn’t like to live in a home that gives the aura of being a quaint cottage, but is in fact well modernized? And what if this is possible even when you live in a concrete jungle? We know that not everyone likes keeping the neighbors out—at least, not permanently. If this is the case for you, then chuck out the colourbond fencing idea, and opt for a high timber fence for a quaint yet high in privacy fence. This kind of fences are more inviting, and provide a warmer feel to your home.
One with nature
What if you want to keep the prying eyes out, yet don’t want to block out all the wind and the sunlight constructing sky high walls around your home? As it is, with most of us living in cities that are cloudy with polluted air, it’s getting harder to breathe. And then when you build high walls of concrete for privacy, you’re bound to feel boxed in. We’re pretty sure this doesn’t sound appealing to you either. In this case, consider getting an expert gardener’s help to construct a plant wall. This kind of walls are definitely a lot more work, and take a little effort to maintain—so be sure before you commit to it. Know more about pergola designs Adelaide, at http://www.abcobuilding.com.au/pergolas/