Sutherland PlaceContemporary Patio, London
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Set your (green) boundariesWhen space is at a premium, you might not want to lose it to lots of planters, so why not grow your plants on the walls instead? Over the past decade, we’ve seen lots of new techniques for green walls and many are easy to install on your own. Remember that you always have to keep an eye on watering, unless you can afford to go with a system with in-built irrigation. And choose plants that will provide year-round interest, particularly when creating something that will be such an obvious statement from inside as well as out, as with this modern extension.See more ideas for growing a living wall
Try a trioThis extension features a trio of pivoting doors that can simply be turned through 90 degrees to connect the interior to the garden. Be aware that when the pivoting point is situated right in the middle of the door leaf, half will then protrude into the room when open, so this style might not suit an interior with a small footprint.TELL US…What do you think of these alternatives to bifold doors? Share your thoughts in the Comments below.