chelsea contemporary gardens


chelsea contemporary gardens

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Landscaping seasonal changes

Landscaping here is focused on beauty throughout seasons – early spring and the amelanchier blossom is delicate against the architecture, pots and furniture.  This Chelsea contemporary gardens is a truly seasonal. By May the purple lilac adds to the jewel colours of fresh green lawn and ruby pots.  The autumn brings the russet colours of the amelanchier which partner the pots. Yet the painted feature wall and furniture retain a bright tone which keeps the scene warm and crisp. By December snow accentuates the stark structure of both natural forms, furniture and pots.


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Award winning contemporary house with garden room

This award winning designed house has a garden which is a natural extension of the materials, colours and lines of the building. Plants are chosen for their strong outlines and seasonal change. Garden vases, wall light fittings and furniture create a stunning garden room.


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Pergolas, pots and plants

Aged metal long pergola in contemporary style is eye catching against sleek horizontal board boundary. Bronze pots and steel wall lights follow through as reflective metal colours. Planting is soft edged and focuses on the textural contrasts of green with a little accent colour.


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Garden rooms, obelisks and seating

Again strong sculptural shapes of lollipop bay, box hedging, agapanthus with pyramid obelisks and sleek chairs are stunning against London Stock brick walls. A lush lawn leads up to an iroko garden room with slate floor and log fire.