St.Margarets GardenContemporary Terrace, London

Design ideas for a small contemporary back terrace and balcony in London with a fire feature and no cover. —  Houzz
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Kate Burt added this to Garden Tour: A Car Parking Spot Becomes a Chic Entertaining Space4 Jul 2019

“The bench is 400mm high and the bed behind it is 800mm,” Tom says. The middle-height bed is 600mm and, at 400mm, the one in the foreground is the lowest. “This bed does require a little bit of bending to reach it, but if you build beds too high in the foreground, you risk dissecting the garden, so we made this one at the front lower.” This ensures there’s a full view of the garden from the house.Fence painted in Mole’s Breath; render painted in Worsted, both Farrow & Ball.

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Ari Molaie added this to Garden26 Sep 2019

Like the wooden bench and the box planting

Lorraine Albiston added this to Lorraine's ideas26 Aug 2019

Love the planting and raised beds

Karina Sellars added this to Garden15 Aug 2019

High planting beds around seats

elbmow added this to Garden11 Aug 2019

Raised beds, cedar decking and Coreten panel

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