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Secret House Contemporary Patio, London

Contemporary courtyard patio in London with decking and no cover. — Houzz

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Jo Leevers added this to Get More Out of Your Small Courtyard With Smart Planning
Get the bones right Brick, glass, decking and timber panelling mix well as the structure around this sliver of a courtyard. The design is ripe for expanding upon – a living wall or a well-placed mirror would really add character and impact here – but the basics are spot-on for an urban entertaining space.
Outdoor Establishments added this to Tricks to Make Your Walled Courtyard Look Bigger
Herein lies the problem; it is those high walls that run through to the rear of the property that often leave you feeling trapped in your own backyard. Here are a few simple tricks that can help create the illusion of space, and get you outside enjoying your courtyard more.
Outdoor Establishments added this to 7 Ways to Transform an Ugly Garden Wall
4. Embrace itProbably the most cost effective way of dealing with an old wall is to embrace it. Even speed up the ageing/deteriorating process and roughen up the face of the wall with a hammer and masonry point – the more marks and imperfections, the better. That rustic and recycled look is very desirable these days! Just be sure to keep it superficial, you don’t want to damage the wall structurally and have it come tumbling down.
Deirdre Avenell added this to Picture Perfect: 60 Urban Courtyards From Around the Globe
30. Secret garden. London, UK

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