Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden
I'm still out taking photos of all the gardens that have been constructed in the last year and last night I visited our clients in Borough Green, Kent to photograph this garden. We designed the terracing around this very beautiful home and picked up on the existing buff coloured stone detailing that formed the sills and frames around the doors and windows. A complimentary colour of yellow granite was finally chosen (Yellow Granite paving from CED) and a sculptural border of yellow granite…
Interiors - October/November 2012 - 1
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HOUSE TOUR ⎬A BEACH HOUSE IN SOUTH AFRICA
This is the kind of place where I would love to spend my holidays. Nothing between the sea and me, hardly anyone on the beach and wild enough to feel the nature around you. And the house (which is available for rent) is all I could dream of. Simple, in light colours and natural materials. Do you ask for anything more on holidays? Just need to book a flight to South Africa and leave! Voilà le genre d'endroit où j'aimerais passer mes vacances. Rien entre la mer et moi, personne sur la plage et…
Look! Really Small Succulent Garden
We noticed this tiny strip of a garden outside someone’s front gate and loved how much they made out of so little. The amount of dirt they had to plant in couldn’t have been more than a few inches and out those inches sprouts this charming little garden:If we still had a balcony we would totally do something like this around an edge of it. Either way it’s making us rethink how much space you actually need in order to have a garden.