Zen garden, aka a typical temple garden in Japan, is currently trending. Not only at home, the Japanese garden concept is widely applied in offices, hotels, and even public places.
The beautiful and cool impression that comes with the zen garden makes this park a lot of people to be applied to in their residential homes.
With water, rocks and grass components you can create your own modern Japanese garden in your minimalist home. Here are 8 sample designs as reference material for you.
Unique Zen Garden
The center of the building is left empty and open. Various green plants and even trees are allowed to grow to give fresh air. You can replace the gravel with green grass and a small shower will further beautify your garden.
Zen Garden With Fountain
With a large size, designers deliberately provide a lot of open space including parks on the outside and in the middle of the building complex. If green grass, trees, and stone bridges are still lacking, you can make a small shower to add to the element of water that is typical of the zen garden.
Mini Zen Garden
Occupancy that uses a lot of natural colors choose to put the garden on the front. As guests enter the welcoming green grass with various flowers stacked on the left and right sides of the front yard. At the front of the building, a small fish pond with a wooden bridge adds a natural and cozy feel to your home.
Zen Garden with Hanging Chairs
If your backyard is wide enough, this zen garden one concept can be chosen. Wooden skeletons with open walls and roofs make this garden look like a gazebo at a glance. Wooden chairs that depend on the surrounding green atmosphere make this park a cool place to relax.
Rooftop Zan Garden
The designer uses the rooftop (roof) and turns it into a garden. Although many use wood components, you can replace the contents of the garden as you wish.
Natural Zen Garden
If you like nuances that are truly natural, try to play with the material you use to build a garden. Instead of using stones, you can install a fence with bamboo material to give a natural impression that is thick like the zen garden above.