Landscaping design ideas and diy landscaping advice for the handyman in your home to make their own deck, driveway, garage, porche and more.
It's a common problem – you've got a garden, you've got lots of ideas but suddenly you are stumped. It's called information overload. Too many ideas can be just as bad as no idea.
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If you want a comfortable outdoor space that you can use on scorching days as well as cooler ones, then you need shade in your garden.
In winter, nature is taking a rest and things start to slow down. Apart from a bit of pruning there really isn't much else that needs doing.
We profile two young hot shots, Jack Merlo and David Vago, who are giving the old guys a run for their money in terms of new ideas in landscape design.
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Peter Stutchbury is an architect who build houses that are open to the elements, the surrounding landscape and are designed to make as minimal an impact as possible on the landscape.
Learn how to make round steps using concrete stormwater pipes.
Looking for privacy from pesky neighbours? Try Natureed cladding.
A grid is not only a great tool when planning, but it also lends a contemporary flavour that will blend with any style of architecture.
Here are some tips and inspiration on how to create a rooftop garden.
The importance of good boundaries is obvious with interiors, and it is equally as important with garden boundaries. Brendan provides tips on creating stylish boundaries in the suburban garden.
Brendan looks at suburban garden design principles that can take your garden to the next level, creating a simplified, elegant, architectural space, which is nurturing and enticing.