Beecroft PoolscapeContemporary Garden, Sydney

The Other Side landscapes was contracted to install the landscapes and pool surrounds to the rear yard of this recently renovated home.

We instralled travertine stone tiles, to the pool concourse and turf steps.

Retaining walls rendered and painted.

Frameless glass pool fence.

Photography Peter Brennan

Photo of a mid-sized contemporary backyard garden in Sydney with natural stone pavers. —  Houzz
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Georgia Madden added this to Pro Panel: What Should I Do With My Big, Boring Backyard?30 Apr 2019

Design solutions to considerBarker says:Use borrowed landscapes: The design of your backyard does not need to be limited to what is within your fence line. Perhaps your neighbours have some large hedges or trees along their boundary, or there are beautiful views to a hill in the distance. If so, consider incorporating these elements into your design to maximise the outcome. Vary sizes: Planting smaller hedges along fences that have larger, more established neighbouring hedges or trees will help your backyard feel more private, while drawing the eye up and over the neighbouring rooftop. Enhance your views: You might align a group of trees to draw focus to a distant hill to help extend the focus out beyond your yard.6 Ways You Can Save on Your Garden Renovation

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