More ideas from Sue
Gentle changes of level in a garden offer visual interest and depth to the design. For practical purposes, gardens with only a slight incline can be treated as a flat site. However, if completely even areas are needed, for example to accommodate a table and chairs, you must level the ground and carefully consider the route between changing elevations.Use shallow steps to bridge a small pond and provide an easy route up to the seating area beyond.

Create a multi-level deck and make a dynamic statement in the backyard or garden. Level changes add depth to the design and an added visual interest.

deck benches and planter box ideas. Inspiration for Tony.. He says he's building the deck this summer and I can't stop him, so I might as well help.

For tri-level deck, "terraced" idea on lower deck, maybe with curves and built in planters. I like the offset wood steps. Hot tub off the right side, mid level deck.

Wedding flowers - fishbowl table centre with twisted grass & floating flowers - by Floral Accents

Elegant fishbowl design with floating flowers – peonies, roses and hydrangea florets - placed on a mirror plate scattered with rose petals. Grass threaded with pearl beads completes the design and creates some added interest.