*****mirror frameReflect the Sun: We talk about using mirrors inside to make a room feel larger, so why not take the same strategy outside and “double” your outdoor garden space? (via House and Garden)
Narrow garden space of a townhouse. This very narrow space on the side of a townhouse is made more interesting by using an interesting paving pattern with tiles and pea gravel, plus a variety of plants in pots giving it height and texture
oh i sooo wish we had a privacy fence! Attach plant hanger hooks to a wood fence and insert pots planted with tough annuals, such as 'Diamond Frost' euphorbia, 'Marguerite' sweet potato vine, and pink 'Supertunia Vista Fuchsia' petunia, to create a wall
A secluded alfresco dining spot with lattice wrought iron furniture, a powder pink rose-print parasol and pretty flowering shrubs and climbers for vintage English country garden appeal. A beautiful arbour with trellis sides, will allow Clematis to clamber
Before and After: Weekend Back Garden Blitz Part III - The Reveal
Luminaries -- These are particularly great around the patio, or in a sitting space you’ve created out in the garden. Use tin coffee cans (or soup cans) and using a hammer and nail. Put citronella candles in these.