All of this can greatly enrich the visual quality of a Cleveland landscape composition. Straight lines, horizontal or vertical, can typically be found on paths, pavements, gazebos, and other landscaping structures. On the other hand, plants, shrubs, trees, and other organic matter often have rounded or uneven lines. The five key parts of a landscape design are line, color, texture, shape and scale.
Color can come from plants, rocks, wood, ceramic pots and more. Unity: The concept of harmony means that everything works together. It applies to colors, shapes, heights, and any other facet of design. Using consistency and repetition is a good way to mark your unit.
Simplicity: Simplicity doesn't have to mean that the design is restricted. It means that the design should be limited in different shades of tonality, types of plants and also the design should look clean. An overwhelming design is disconcerting to the eye. This is especially true if used over a large area.
Having too much going on creates chaos.