Villa RedfernoEclectic Patio, Sydney

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This is an example of an eclectic patio in Sydney. —  Houzz
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Tilly wrote:25April,2015
  • wuff
    A concrete soak well should work though. It looks very cool....a lot of work though
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    Scott Weston Architecture Design PL
    Worth the effort as it's the focal point to the courtyard

What Houzz contributors are saying:

katesmckee
Kate McKee added this to How to Get Curves in All the Right Spaces4 September 2014

This fantastic circular raised red planter makes a bold statement in this courtyard. Filled with a crepe myrtle, the planter works as an eye-catching feature, but due to its central placement also divides the outdoor area into different zonesEXPERT TIP: “When using curves in a garden they need to be definite, not just wavy lines. Even a naturalistic landscape benefits from a well structured curve,” says Poole.

jennycdrew
Jenny Drew added this to 14 Courtyard Updates You'll Thank Yourself For10 April 2014

3. Plant a space dividerMake like Sydney architect Scott Weston and build a decadent raised planter in your courtyard to create dedicated zones for entertaining, gardening, relaxing and more.

jennycdrew
Jenny Drew added this to Houzz Tour: A Victorian Sydney Terrace Gets an Eclectic Modern Update24 March 2014

A crepe myrtle shrub tucked into a raised red planter adds a focal point to the courtyard while dividing the outdoor area into two zones: a peaceful section and an outdoor dining area.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

jess_m47
Jess M added this to Jess' ideas8 June 2018

Tile outside, too? Yassss girl!

suzbennett22
suzbennett22 added this to Patio12 April 2018

Great place for veggies and herbs. Love to sit here and pick herbs!

pam_ohare
Pam added this to Outside18 June 2017

This fantastic circular raised red planter makes a bold statement in this courtyard. Filled with a crepe myrtle, the planter works as an eye-catching feature, but due to its central placement also divides the outdoor area into different zones EXPERT TIP: “When using curves in a garden they need to be definite, not just wavy lines. Even a naturalistic landscape benefits from a well structured curve,” says Poole.

hunsber
Mabel Hunsberger added this to hunsber's ideas8 May 2017

for front - to left coming out of house

claire_mcivor
Claire McIvor added this to Courtyard patio ideas25 March 2017

Plant a space divider Make like Sydney architect Scott Weston and build a decadent raised planter in your courtyard to create dedicated zones for entertaining, gardening, relaxing and more.

sickdoggy
sickdoggy added this to Garden21 September 2016

Plant a space divider, doesn' have to be round, square will do

tiffief
Swissmiss13 added this to Poplar Drive Front Yard23 June 2016

T: too big, but this is the concept

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