For some people, order offers relaxation. This backyard is all about order: http://www.bhg.com/home-improvement/porch/outdoor-rooms/backyard/?socsrc=bhgpin042114perfectorder&page=10
Lavender and roses... glorious combination... :) The scents, combined--utterly enticing. I'm thinking, add jasmine! Lovely entry to the garden, and you don't need a brick wall to make this happen. Cue, for you, T.
Walled kitchen garden at The Pig Hotel in Brockenhurst in the New Forest.
What a grand escape! I could plant all my produce and veggies! Maybe even a goat :)
Herringbone brick path with silver/blue/white plants: Possibility for front walkway on either side of brick/tile leading to front door.
P A V I N G .... material [Greys Court - Walled Garden - Henley on Thames, England ]
Devon's home would have been similar to this. - Victoria magazine often took us to England. Here we get a bird's eye view of a spectacular manor house walled garden.
Could add a completely different level on TOP of the concrete yard at one end, for a separate area feeling. Raised planter large enough for anything except trees. Beautiful.
How to create a perennial flower garden border - walled garden border
Wow! But we'd probably end up using it for firewood...