Garden Ideas. Wednesday , January 22nd , 2020 - 07:19:55 AM
Artificial grass looks more like the real deal than ever before, but a gravel, stone and paver garden gives the garden a contemporary, minimalist look. It’s still low maintenance (and requires zero water) and is a great counterpoint to succulents and a fire pit.
Create a spot in your summer garden that’s perfect for sitting out in and enjoying the great British weather, simply by introducing a new piece of garden furniture; a striped deckchair, a bright bench, or rattan love seat – it’s easy. Alternatively, you might like to transform your plot into an English country summer garden fit for intimate tea parties with friends. Whether you’ll be sunning yourself alone or hosting a big gathering, read on for all the garden tips you need.
Create an outdoor living area for the summer months. Even if you have a small plot with not much natural greenery, you can create the look of a colourful garden with flower-filled pots and planters. Just like indoors, opting for neutral walls and flooring can make a small garden feel lighter and brighter. We love this decked garden with an alfresco dining area, which comes complete with shaded seating space and barbecue. Add a bistro dining set for the perfect finishing touch. Trailing flowers and potted plants give it a cosy feel, while the steps leading up to the second level add to the illusion of space.
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