Croxted Road - DulwichScandinavian Patio, London

Photo: Chris Snook © 2014 Houzz

Example of a small danish gravel patio design in London with no cover —  Houzz
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    Lauren Dunec Design added this to We’d Like to Be Invited to These Outdoor Dining RoomsMay 16, 2017

    6. Rustic terrace. To give a small-scale outdoor eating area a dose of woodland charm, swap folding chairs for tree stump stools. If you’re making your own (or asking for them from a local tree removal company), keep in mind that for comfortable seating, you’ll want a stump that’s 17 to 19 inches tall with a cut at the bottom to prevent wobbling.

    Victoria Harrison added this to Lessons in Small-Garden Design From 11 English EntrywaysMar 16, 2017

    8. Create crunch with gravel. A crunchy gravel drive can announce visitors and is low-maintenance, so it’s ideal for small front gardens or shady areas if you don’t want to worry about the upkeep of planted borders.You can still add leafy interest by including a few pots planted with colorful annuals, herbs, or even a small tree such as an olive or a bay laurel.Get the scoop on 5 types of gravel and stone

    Claudia De Yong Garden Design added this to How to Create a Rustic Garden, Even on a Tiny City PlotAug 16, 2016

    Weave in natural seating. There are various ways to create rustic seating. You can pick up old metal or wooden garden tables and chairs with a wonderful patina at flea markets and vintage shops. Or you could find local craftsperson-made wooden benches, tables and chairs. For a quick idea, why not use some large tree trunks for stools, as seen here? Don’t be afraid to mix and match different types of chairs. To enhance the seating area, add galvanized steel containers planted with trees or perennials.

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    debbieschoen added this to Porch, Garden & OutdoorsJul 29, 2019

    21. Go for a casual, natural look. By using log seats, lots of plants and a lovely pea gravel, this small patio blends in well with the landscape and the home. The space is a rustic little secret garden.

    zyhouse added this to aménagement extérieurJul 21, 2019

    Personal cafe. A gravel-covered floor, rustic log seats and a simple cafe table make a charming spot to have a morning coffee or an afternoon croissant. Even if there is no ground to plant in, you can use a few large planters to bring in much-needed green.

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