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  • Garden Design With Stone, Wood, Glass and Steel

    …hard landscaping solutions for gardens, courtyards and terraces, using stone, wood, concrete, glass, metals, clay, synthetics and organic materials. It presents a range of stunning creative ideas for flooring, surfaces, screens and boundaries, construction, furniture, containers and sculpture. It…

  • Garden on Top

    …level" of garden design. They are lofty lifestyle oases - modern, rural, romantic or classic - that show nature and architecture in perfect harmony. In this book, renowned architects and garden designers present exclusive roof garden ideas with contemporary materials, trendy furniture, tried and…

  • The Arts and Crafts Garden

    …quite counter to Victorian and Edwardian industrialism. Though most famous for its architecture, furniture and ornamental work, between the 1890s and the 1930s the movement also produced gardens all over Britain whose designs, redolent of a lost golden era, had worldwide influence. These designs,…

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  • The Less Is More Garden

    …to gardens, bigger isn't always better. A larger space requires more plants, more furniture, more maintenance, and more time. A smaller space takes less time to design, install, and care for and makes it easier for gardeners to take advantage of every square foot of space. The Less Is More Garden

  • Magical Miniature Gardens & Homes

    …Webber-crafter, fairy gardening guru and creator of FairyGardens.com -takes readers on a journey to build unique gardens, houses and accessories for fairies. The garden designs are low-cost and low-care, highlighting common, long-lasting plants. The accessories and furniture projects are easy to…

  • Chevening

    …and at Chevening as patrons of architecture and art. This new guide highlights the contributions of the Earls and Countesses Stanhope to the building, furniture, pictures, gardens and landscape of Chevening. It also gives a short account of the family in the wider world in order to set their creatio

  • The Practical Step-by-Step Guide to Patio, Terrace, Backyard & Courtyard Gardening

    This book shows you how to plan, design and plant up beautiful and easy-to-maintain garden courtyards, walled spaces, patios, terraces and enclosed backyards. You can create a courtyard in any style - a traditional patio, a Mediterranean-style terrace, an outdoor living and dining space, a…

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  • Led by the Land: Landscapes

    …in Oman and England to the Swansea Maggie's Centre, and from plans for London's Natural History Museum grounds to the sculptural setting of a furniture factory in Leamington Spa. Wilkie has taken his genius to many parts of the world - including the United States, Chile, Russia, Transylvania, Italy,…

  • The Wood Book

    …of trees and their utility as a renewable resource. As a result of this, wood is now widely used as a material for tools, structures, vehicles, furniture decorative items and much more. From carpenters to architects, builders and craftspeople, and anyone who works with or has a special interest in…

  • How to Garden: Lawns Paths & Patios

    …beginners and experienced gardeners alike, Alan Titchmarsh imparts a lifetime of knowledge and expertise. 'Lawns, Paths and Patios' focuses on creating the basic skeleton of your garden, and then shows you how to build on this design and structure with planting and furniture. It includes clear and…

  • Perfect Patios and Terraces

    …the versatility of a beautiful courtyard garden, for entertaining, relaxing and extending your living space. It offers ideas for paths and paving with bricks, tiles, cobbles, gravel, railway sleepers and mosaics, and how to use walls, fences, plants, furniture, lighting and ornaments. It features a…

  • Charleston Saved 1979-1989

    …designs and decor the couple had created over the years were still in place - the wall surfaces, the furniture, the wood panels, the ceramics, the fabrics, the paintings and, of course, the garden - but damp, dirt and neglect had reduced all of these to a most wretched state. The nation risked…

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