Bold Outdoor LivingMediterranean Landscape, San Francisco
A small cottage garden with dynamic textural contrasts.
Photos by Rich Radford
What Houzz contributors are saying:
7. Add a structure. Pergolas and arbors help define an area of the garden for a specific use, such as relaxing in the shade or enjoying a morning cup of coffee. In a small garden, adding a structure creates a different environment in a space that could otherwise feel monotonous. Here, a curved wooden arbor provides light shade and an attractive canopy for a small seating area.