When two elements create friction, static cling is inevitable. Too much electricity generated and the end result - everything sticks together. To create open and dynamic flow, rather then a ‘stick and cling’ static design requires space. By force of habit, we often clutter and fill rather than open up our spaces. As Laurie Ward, the pioneer of affordable interior decorating says, “People can have very good taste and still not know how to pull a room together. They can buy pieces, but their spatial sense is not on target.” The definition of spatial is “Of, relating to, involving, or having the nature of space.” This concept carries over to your landscape. So remember to be spatial. Create space rather than static cling.
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