The bold black and white colour scheme of the property entry…

Jim Fogarty Design | Gardens | Australian Style

Jim Fogarty Design | Gardens | Australian Style

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The garden wasn’t designed as such, rather the pair were conscious of fitting in all their beloved plants, as well as providing enough space for gatherings with friends and family. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files

At home in the Garden: Renovation by Welsh+Major

Image 2 of 14 from gallery of The Garden Room / Welsh+Major. Photograph by Brett Boardman


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Jim Fogarty Design | Gardens | Australian Style

Jim Fogarty Design | Gardens | Australian Style

That Kind Of Woman · peone: David Rosetzky and Sean Meilak | The...

peone: David Rosetzky and Sean Meilak

That Kind Of Woman — peone: David Rosetzky and Sean Meilak

Jim Fogarty Landscape Design | Gardens | Australian Style

Jim Fogarty Landscape Design | Gardens | Australian Style

‘Before moving to Brunswick we had a small courtyard filled with a variety of potted plants mostly grown from cuttings, bulbs and rhizomes – it was this odd assortment of plants that formed the starting point for our garden design’, says David.

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Love the softness of these bushes & bit of colour in green is lovely

Australian Native plantings in this coastal garden reflects beach living.

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The tiny Sydney garden of Sarah Nolan and Gavin Perrin

Casa San Sen by Alejandro Sánchez García Arquitectos

Casa San Sen by Alejandro Sánchez García Arquitectos

Architecture ~ Relaxed Forest Home With Wooden Steel Glass Exterior Design Ideas Beautiful Forest Home of Casa San Sen by Alejandro Sánchez García . Natural Home Design. Comfortable Cozy Home.

Judy Sederof’s overachieving garden in Brunswick! Photo – Annette O’Brien for The Design Files.

Drought tolerant plants like lambs ear (Stachys byzantina) and stonecrop flank the timber entry pathway. Image by Annette O'Brien.

Applying sleepers vertical and at different sizes dramatically improves the effect in a natural bush style garden. Well positioned large rocks adds the next level of charm. Critic by John Dodd.  Original text Parkdale, Victoria

Applying sleepers vertical and at different sizes dramatically improves the effect in a natural bush style garden. Well positioned large rocks adds the next level of charm. Critic by John Dodd.

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