Family House in North LondonTransitional Garden, London

The rear of the property has been completely redone. The rear and side brick facades have been painted white. New aluminium framed doors and windows open the kitchen and dining area onto the garden. The garden has been landscaped with limestone levels, steps and rendered raised planters. A hand made timber slatted fence gives the needed privacy.

Photography by Chris Snook

Design ideas for a medium sized traditional back formal partial sun garden for summer in London with natural stone paving. —  Houzz
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Cheryl Freedman added this to Houzz Tour: A Victorian Terrace With a Scandi Twist23 December 2016

The garden was totally relandscaped, with rendered raised planters built in. “We used Indian sandstone for the paving,” says Canham.The handmade slatted timber fence provides privacy and adds to the modern feel of the garden.What do you like best about this house? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.

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J BM added this to Freeman St31 May 2020

I like this wood wall design for privacy on the deck

HU-917886985 added this to webuser_917886985's ideas16 May 2020

Create planters like this one at the steps to the ADU patio from the yard

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