Wild Garden, East London contemporary-landscape
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Wild Garden, East London Contemporary Landscape, London

Design ideas for a contemporary landscaping in London. — Houzz

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vvbboonn wrote:
How was this path made? It is really nice.
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12. Screen off sections. Again, the idea of sectioning off a small garden might seem crazy, but as you can see here, if anything, it will seemingly boost rather than shrink the available space. It also provides opportunities for secret spots in your garden.
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Alternatively, use screens to create private areas within the garden, such as a sheltered seating or dining nook.Learn more about privacy screens
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7. Break up a larger garden into smaller nooks. This technique, a bit counterintuitively, works well even in small gardens and narrow city lots. By interrupting how far you can see across a yard, one’s eye is tricked into thinking the space is bigger than it is. The screening itself, whether you’re using fencing, walls or hedges, provides a perfect opportunity for nestling in a seating arrangement. Here, the designer used wood slat screens running laterally across the lot to selectively interfere with how far you can see and carve out multiple nooks for seating.

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