Privacy is key, especially for those of us who live in cities and don’t feel like sharing with our neighbours what we do behind closed doors. But what if you’re fortunate enough to have a nice little garden or patio where you can relax and socialise?…
Pleasant weather encourages us to venture outdoors, breathe some fresh air and indulge in a leisurely soiree with friends. And, let's face it, outdoor enjoyment is never complete without a BBQ, grill or wood oven! An outdoor kitchen allows you to roa…
Garden fencing ideas are necessary, but can quickly get super expensive, which is why we thought it might be good to show you a variety of cost-effective alternatives to standard hardwood panels.
This is the story of Mérida, Mexico, the city which now occupies the very ground that once formed a part of the Mayan city of T’hó. Mérida is considered to be one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities in this part of the world.
If you live in a city apartment, your balcony will likely be one of the most popular and cherished places in your home. Balcony gardens offer a pocket of tranquillity and serenity in the hustle and bustle of an urban jungle.
If you want to do your bit for the planet, it's not enough to simply plan an environmentally-friendly building. It's important to show eco-consciousness for your garden as well.
Every now and then, the craziness of the concrete jungle starts to feel a little claustrophobic and most people feel the need of a little greenery—even if they don't consider themselves the outdoor type.
Having a small patio or garden doesn't mean that you have to go without a gorgeous outdoor space, as we're going to prove today! With a few simple touches, you can create a lovely garden alternative—and the extra bonus is that you don't need to be…
Those of you who have the experiences of walking through the hedge mazes of Longleat, Villa Pisani Labirinto or any of the similar labyrinthine garden ways will know the enormous fun associated with it.
Since the 1860s the British Monarch has been hosting garden parties at Buckingham Palace. Known as ‘breakfasts’, these events were held in the afternoon, and boasted the finest in tea, cakes, and perfect manicured gardens.