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Inspiration for a tropical patio container garden remodel in London

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urban tropical Antonia Schofield

Inspiration for a tropical patio container garden remodel in London —  Houzz

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kategw wrote:May 17, 2016
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    antonia schofield garden design

    hi Emily -sorry for the delay in replying...the large stone pavers are grey sandstone with a 'riven' face to give a natural look. the bricks are reclaimed vintage ones.Cheers! Antonia

Janet Moyer Landscaping wrote:August 22, 2016
Where are the rolling benches from? are they also storage?

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    antonia schofield garden design

    hi they were custom made for the client out of the old deck that used to be there...a good way of 'upcycling' !!

Penelope Smith wrote:September 7, 2018
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    antonia schofield garden design

    HI There -to answer your question -those are the original bricks which I decided to keep in the design -so its a bit of a 'one off' - you can search for reclaimed bricks to get the look.

    Thanks !!

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