The Garden GalleryEclectic Patio, London

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spotydoty wrote:Jul 18, 2014
  • Lucy Gibson

    Great question about where the chandelier hook comes from. I love the large arch and how it falls right into the center of this beautiful wood table and stools. The gold, white, and black frames on this hedge are amazing. My husband and I are hoping to spruce up our backyard. We'd love to find some fun decor that we can add to really stand out. I'd love to do something like this. Great job! 

  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd

    Thank you very much Lucy! The picture frames and mirrors are supported by scaffolding hidden in the hedge. It's a great way of settling down a monolithic hedge or wall! Good luck with your back yard!

mamamiamango wrote:Mar 22, 2017
  • mamamiamango


    A very large home was built next to us and we now have absolutely zero privacy.

    This was so lovely, I thought something like it could work for us.

  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd

    There's a number of ways to help improve your privacy and better screen the new build next door. I'd be happy to discuss The Gallery Garden idea or other suitable solutions if you thought it would be useful? Feel free to get in touch directly if we can be of any further help. Have a great weekend.

Michael wrote:Sep 28, 2014
  • Michael
    Thank you for the follow up and details. It is really a great idea!
jbistro wrote:Feb 1, 2015
  • Radha Hallatt Nieto

    Beautiful wall Galery !

  • loaded03

    This is at culinary dropout at the hard rock in vegas

jaryma wrote:Feb 1, 2015
  • Stacey

    What a great idea! I love the seating. I think I might have to get creative and make these for around our fire pit.

  • gabifon

    They are stunning.

C B wrote:Jan 8, 2015
  • birthdayhouse
    So original and totally inviting!! Where did you get the colorful, horizontal, sunset collage painting?
  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
    Very pleased that you like it, thank you for your lovely comment. Its actually a piece of stained glass with an LED light sheet behind so when its on at night all the lovely colours come through. The clients brought this item directly, I'm sure it was from eBay or Amazon.
  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
    Theta,kermis fine outdoors. The TV is for outdoor use as are all the lights. The mirrors and frames are also fine outdoors and are regularly taken down to allow sunlight to get the the hedge behind and to reduce the chance of bird injury.
  • Silvia Santos

    where can i find the chandelier ?

jeanbutton wrote:May 7, 2015
  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
    Hi Jean. We had the swan neck arms made by one of our metal work fabricators. It's a length of galvanised stainless steel metal tube, powder coated black built to the size we needed them. We concreted a post into the ground and attached the arm to it with adjustable fixings so it could be swung around and locked into the desired position. The tube is hollow so we could run the cable through it and had a hook attached to the end to hang the chandelier. Any good metal work fabricator would be able to make this for you if they have the measurements you require. If you need any help finding one or getting the arm made please feel free to contact me again any time.
missvip118 wrote:Aug 2, 2014
  • PRO
    Cool Gardens Landscaping Ltd
    There is a specially designed metal frame hidden within the hedge. Metal arms come through the hedge which we have bolted each frame and the TV too. All of the frames are taken down in rotation to allow light to get to the hedge where it is covered. Many thanks for your lovely comment.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Melissa Cowan added this to Happy Birthday, ‘Alice in Wonderland’!Dec 2, 2016

Mirror, mirror on the hedge. Be like Alice and step through a mirror into an alternate reality (or just enjoy looking at some). Mirrors needn’t be confined to the indoors. The ones here (which are regularly rotated to let in sunlight and allow for trimming) make the hedge itself a work of art and reflect other greenery beautifully. Hang a chandelier and wait for the Mad Hatter to come to tea.

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

Go modern-rustic. For a real rustic garden, you’d normally use discarded old mirrors, sash windows, painted wooden shutters, old doors and metal gates to create focal points. For a more contemporary take on the rustic look, however, use smooth paving and furniture with clean lines, as seen here. Add other touches by decorating a green hedge or fence as you would a wall in the house: Hang outdoor pictures and mirrors and stained-glass panels, creating the feeling of an outdoor living room.Tell us: What touches do you think add that lived-in rustic look to a garden? Share your ideas in the Comments below.MoreSo Your Style Is: RusticPocket Gardens, Pint-Size Patios and Urban Backyards

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Heather-Leigh Owens Nies added this to Nies Landscape Renovation 20194 days ago

Such a cool concept! It feels like a tea party!

Selina Hutchison added this to Hanging mirrorSep 4, 2019

old Picture frame used to frame mirror

Jennette Munoz-Colon added this to Back Yard IdeasAug 24, 2019

Love the natural wood used for table and chairs.

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