french gray-farrow ball Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans The fence and planters are painted (French Gray, by Farrow & Ball) to pick up the colour of the kitchen. Adding trellis to the top of the fence gives the garden extra privacy and growing space without loss of light.
A Weathered Retreat A few pebbles threaded on a frayed, weathered string, triggered the inspiration for this tiny courtyard garden. My client had picked them up from a beach in Suffolk where the grasses on the sand dunes billow in the sea wind. The crumbly old brick wall cried out for weathered
Three Dogs in a Garden: 10 Great Ways to Dress up a Wall or Fence - Love the idea of using a mirror ( to look like a window) and planting climbers on either side and planting an understorey. What a great idea for a small courtyard.
Credit: Sophia Evans/Sophia Evans In a back garden in Chiswick, west London, garden designer Kate Gould has made the most of a minuscule plot, by carefully selecting the hard landscaping, limiting the colour palette and restraining herself at the nursery.
Outdoor Living | You may not have enough room in your backyard for a full set of outdoor furniture, but do yourself a favor and place a small bistro table and chair set. You'll be glad you have a nice area to read a book, have brunch or just enjoy the natural beauty of your backyard.
A secluded alfresco dining spot with lattice wrought iron furniture, a powder pink rose-print parasol and pretty flowering shrubs and climbers for vintage English country garden appeal. A beautiful arbour with trellis sides, will allow Clematis to clamber