Regent's Park HouseTraditional Exterior, London
A basement courtyard garden reached from the first floor via an iron stairway. Shade is provided by a metal arbour, beneath which sits a stone table, urns and metal chairs. Natural flagstones continue the traditional theme and the whole feeling is one of shade and coolness.
What Houzz contributors are saying:
1. Shelter with climbers. The spot where we entertain outside is often where we want to feel most secluded. Here, an arbor curves over the top of the garden’s dining area. Once climbing plants grow along the structure, dinner guests will not only feel out of sight, but — if the plants grow vigorously — they’ll also be sheltered from sun and perhaps even showers.
What Houzzers are commenting on:
Here, an arched arbour curves over the top of the garden’s dining area; once climbers start to grow along the structure, dinner guests will not only feel out of sight, but – if your plants grow vigorously – they’ll be sheltered from showers, too.