The Brunswick garden of David Rosetzky and his partner Sean Meilak is tiny yet overflowing with a wide variety of plantlife. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.
This abundant garden is tied together visually through the use of a very simple materials palette – bluestone gravel, terracotta pots, and minimal paving. This both creates a sense of continuity and cohesion, as well as allowing the plants to take centre stage.
A cluster of plentiful pots in the corner of a balcony or courtyard is easily the quickest and most cost effective solution for a renter's outdoor space.
A tightly clipped creeping fig (Ficus pumila) provides a great backdrop to the garden. The white metal table originally belonged to David’s grandmother, and the river stones in the dry stone wall were from his late Father’s garden.
Beautiful hand painted Mandala Cat Picture. This painting is on a 8x10 wood frame canvas. The painting is adorned with various Swarovski Crystals giving it that perfect added touch and is ready to hang. This painting is perfect in any room or decor. the painting is sealed for added
kitchen Under the sink Under the sink An expandable shelf unit under the sink can be adjusted to suit your cabinet and allows space for the S-bend. It’s easy to keep clean and will keep all your cleaning gear in order.
And I just woke up and I was I the tub!
Small courtyard garden with seating area design and layout 2