Native Retreat — Kathleen Murphy Landscape Design
A garden which nestles into the surrounding landscape, mixing native and exotic plantings for foliage and textural interest. The use of locally sourced materials with drought hardy and frost tolerant plants.
Sam Johnson and Family - The Design Files | Australia's most popular design blog.
The Ashwood home of Sam Johnson and his family. Custom made side board by J B Elliot. ‘Flynn’ dining table Round American Oak by Jardan. Vintage Parker chairs. William Kentridge lithograph. Muuto light. Rug by Patricia Urquiola. Photo – Eve Wilson. Production – Lucy Feagins/The Design Files. The TV room. Artwork from left – A Brendan Huntley …
7 Guidelines: Creativity With Your Garden Designs • The Garden Glove
Your garden can be a manifestation of your own creativity. It is no longer a place where you plant fruits and vegetables. If you would like to add a little... Read More
Cleaning Your Concrete Benches
You might consider replacing worn or dirty concrete benches. But before spending money on a new bench, clean the concrete benches to see if you can remove the stains.
20 Marvelous Contemporary Landscape Designs That Will Make Your Jaw Drop
Welcome to a new collection of outdoor designs featuring 20 Marvelous Contemporary Landscape Designs That Will Make Your Jaw Drop. Enjoy!
A Bushland Retreat 30 Minutes Out Of Melbourne's CBD
Landscape designer Sam Cox has created a native bush garden that emulates its natural surroundings on a 6.5ha property just 30 minutes from the CBD.
Materials: Recycled brick. Recycled hardwood. Endicott crazy paving from Eco Outdoor . Copper lights from Bondi Lights . Planting: Acer palmatum, Asplenium australasicum, Rhipsalis, Viola hederacea, Liriope muscari. Furniture: Blu Dot .
55+ Brilliant Ideas Small Decked Garden – Home Decor Ideas
You shouldn’t have just a little home, small property and an enormous deck. It is a superb option to prolong the dwelling area of your property into the outside whereas providing a superb return in your funding. You shouldn’t construct… Continue Reading →