Wiloughby LandscapeContemporary Garden, Sydney

The front garden with sandstone paving, ornamental pears, Lilly pillys, Gardenias, Buxus hedges and a water feature complement the period home. The rear garden was a totally different brief from our clients. This modern garden design includes a striking swimming pool, complete with wet-edge. A cantilevered shade structure and outdoor kitchen are perfect for a family that likes to entertain.

This is an example of a contemporary garden in Sydney. —  Houzz
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enzaequiziEnza wrote:15February,2016
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    5 years ago

    Hi. Thanks for your question. We design and build all of our own water features. We would have purchased the pot and then build all the elements around it and into the garden.

What Houzz contributors are saying:

Mink Home Staging added this to Why You Should Think of Street Appeal as Your Home's 24/7 Billboard27 October 2014

Here’s another fabulous style statement… but on a grander scale. Introducing this bold water feature and well-designed garden lighting makes a dramatic impact.

What Houzzers are commenting on:

michaelwesolowski added this to 33 Secret Garden10 February 2019

Inspiration for side yard on cemetery side

Kerassia Ag added this to Agius-landscaping4 December 2018

Formal front garden, nice plantings, fountain and lighting

Garden Mentors added this to Garden Styles28 August 2018

Modern feature garden. Focal point, uplighting, hedging, limited palette

Garden Mentors added this to Contour Ave2 August 2018

Bedroom garden with some amazing up-lighting. (Like this and will definitely have some outdoor lighting).