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Most of us are time-poor and wish to maximise our available holiday time relaxing at home rather than sitting in airports. The desire to take full advantage of our time off, together with concerns of safety regarding overseas travel, has seen an increase in investment in our own properties to create a “holiday oasis” at home. With recent surges in home prices, the equity available in our homes has grown substantially and has encouraged homeowners to spend more money fixing up their properties.

To create this personal oasis, it is imperative to integrate external design elements with the interior. This will create strong flow and fusion to enhance the family’s lifestyle and add resale value to the home.

There are a few basic design principles that need to be considered to make your outdoor space an oasis.


With people being more aware about the benefits of undertaking a holistic approach to design, companies that link the inside and outside successfully are in

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