A trampoline that looks good in the garden
Are you looking for a trampoline with bounce and that will look good in your designer garden?
There are many trampolines in the market that are cool and vibrant but often deemed too jarring and bright by adults to have in the garden.
With most of the bright colors, the UV life is less than it is on darker colors causing the material to fade anywhere from within 3-6 months.
The forest green PVC we have settled on for our rectangles is a color that is very UV stable and blends well into the garden.
This is very appealing for families who are especially keen to maintain an aesthetically pleasing back garden with lots of greenery.
Regardless of garden style, a green rectangle trampoline can blend into the background to help create a relaxing, aesthetic vibe in the suburban or rural garden.
Tropical gardens suit a green trampoline so well. With the trampoline blending like a chameleon into the greenery and shady shadows.
Trampolines for all garden sizes
If you have a garden of any size we will have a trampoline to suit. If you are limited for space the trampoline option available may not be the optimal size for the kids but as kids will often agree with us and with their parents when there isn't the space available for the ideal trampoline - "a trampoline is better than no trampoline"
If you do have a very spectacular view that you do want to protect, then note that inground trampolines are ideal for that. No net enclosure and installed in the ground, the green padding again being nicely aesthetic for the garden. Click here to view our inground rectangle trampolines
Creating a trampoline feature with landscaping
Landscaping around a trampoline can certainly help to create a nook in a garden and obscure the trampoline through the creative use of plantings. The use of decking or partially dug into a hill or slope on the block are common for gardens with a steep slope.
Inground trampolines that aren't actually put in the ground but have a retaining wall built around the trampoline legs, then with dirt mound up around it and planted with plants can look amazing very quickly. Check out this blog article on the 3 ways to install and inground trampoline
Here are some photos of trampolines that are rocking their space in the Australian garden.
Just scroll to the bottom of the page and click through the photos.