A contemporary curved designer gardenContemporary Terrace, London

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judith6868judith6868 wrote:7 May 2020
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    Kate Eyre Garden Design
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    Hi Judith, The client bought the furniture, and I think it was Indian Ocean. Hope this helps in your search. Otherwise we also sell bespoke furniture through our sister company Fresh Eyre - www.fresheyre.co.uk

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Kate Burt added this to 5 Ways to Design a Long, Thin Garden6 May 2021

This is the view from the back of the house and shows the seating area – the garden’s first “room”. Up a level is the dining and cooking area, beyond which is a paved area and gravel. Beyond that is the cake slice-shaped lawn and, finally, the gym – a destination but, not being as pretty as the rest of the space, one you deliberately can’t see too clearly from this end of the garden. Note how the curved shape begins here, with the combination of the porcelain and wood floorings.Discover how sweeping curves made this long, narrow plot feel wider.

Sarah Warwick added this to Garden Tour: Sweeping Curves Make a Long, Narrow Plot Feel Wider25 March 2020

The seating area – the garden’s first “room” – is sited on the right as you look from the house. “It gets the most sun,” Kate says.Find a landscape architect or garden designer in your area.

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Cathy Dawson added this to Garden Planters19 August 2021

Like layout,planters,change of level

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