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garden Contemporary Patio, New York

lacquered bench, petal table, gnome, garden, container garden
Example of a trendy patio container garden design in New York — Houzz

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trishoc wrote:
Where can I buy the bench?
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Erika Schuler
Did you find the bench?
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Candace McIntire
Look at Walpole Woodworkers for Lutyens inspired Benches
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ruthannstephens wrote:
Where did you buy the chairs? - Are they the same color as the bench?
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Dufner Heighes Inc
These are no longer in production.

Dufner Heighes Inc.
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why not buy faux bertoia chairs & spray paint
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Dufner Heighes Inc
This was a custom mixed marine lacquer to match Farrow and Balls "Arsenic".

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Thanks, I will try to duplicate my friend!!!
Julia Sparks wrote:
Where can I buy this bench or where can I get plans
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oakwoodgal wrote:
Cool table - Where can this table be bought?
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pl13 wrote:
Patio material - Can you tell me what the paving stones are made of and where purchased?
islanddevil wrote:
Great space! Can you please tell me about the cool table? Thanks.
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ruthannstephens wrote:
Is the bench size a three seater?
annieguthrie wrote:
What kind of tiles are those

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Becky Harris added this to Container Garden Inspiration
I love that they put a garden gnome into this super-chic outdoor space so much that I can't even stand it!
Becky Harris added this to Forty DOs for Outdoor Furniture
It doesn't have to be through the upholstery - you can paint wooden furniture like this Chinoiserie bench yourself.
Erin Lang Norris added this to Out in the Yard: 10 Private Retreats
Adding a bench and various plants is a great way to fill an odd corner that may otherwise feel empty and unfinished. A round table, ornate bench and softly-shaped leaves keep this area from feeling too rigid and angular.
Becky Harris added this to Furniture Picks for Picturesque Patios
A number of eclectic pieces add interest and distract from the small size of this patio. While the wrought iron chairs and Chinese Chippendale garden bench are traditional pieces, the paint color choices and throwing them together with that interesting table give it an eclectic look. This person is also a patio-er after my own heart, as they've added a funny little gnome as an accent piece!
Debra Prinzing added this to Sunken and Raised Areas Take Gardens Up a Notch
Gain impact in a pocket-size nook. This wedge of space behind a city townhouse looks like a sculptural installation, thanks to the perfect placement of furniture and plants. This room may not be officially sunken, but when it's viewed from above there's the pleasing illusion of a change in grade.Tile flooring creates a bold rhythm, while a trio of planters emphasizes each corner. Seating is aligned along the diagonal, creating a strong point of view. As pretty to look at as it is pleasant to sit and eat a meal on, the mint-green seating — a Lutyens bench and two midcentury wire armchairs — is lovely and lighthearted. The scalloped petal table looks like a flower from above.Can you say "sweet retreat"?
Lisa Frederick added this to Pint-Size Patios Pack a Punch
Spring-fresh furnishings with strong, sculptural lines spark this otherwise basic patio. The sea green of the bench and chairs brings out the greens of the plants, while the tabletop evokes the impression of flower petals.
Laura Gaskill added this to Easy Green: 10 Tiny Homes That Live Large
The Houzz: New York City townhouseBy: Dufner HeighesTip: Pack a big punch with a small patio.This New York City townhouse may have a postage stamp–size patio, but that doesn't mean it lacks style. A Lutyens-style bench in fresh spring green paired with a petallike table and modern wire chairs makes a dynamic arrangement well suited for the urban outdoors.
Laura Gaskill added this to 13 Quick-Change Boosts for a Spring Patio
7. Soften corners with plants. Sharply angled corners are not only a challenge to decorate, but if left empty they can make a space feel cramped and uncomfortable. Fill in tight corners with potted plants to soften the angles — tall plants and topiaries work especially well.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

S T added this to Rooftop garden
I like the wire chairs here -- could be good option for seating on the rooftop. not too imposing.
Mag Convery added this to Patio
Propane Fire pit where the table is?
Mary F added this to garden
mismatched furniture painted same colour
sherrye bass added this to Patio Furniture
I like these 2 little green chairs
J I added this to Patio Ideas
"Arsenic" colored (lacquer) metal bench.

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