I really hope that giant silver thing is a slippery dip! I suspect it is :) I would probably only use something like this in a bigger atrium style space, where you didn’t lose so much floor space. This example is a bit looming.
I find these stones very interesting- I wondered at first if they were old mill stones, but the pattern on the sides would seem to indicate otherwise. I would probably either have them embedded in a natural stone path, or sunk into the ground a bit- they’re a little oddly spaced and raised here.
I like the little islands in the pools here, breaking up the surface of the water. I do kinda feel like it ought to go somewhere though- at the moment it looks like a case of ‘cool looking dead space’.
Aaaand PLOP as your cushions falls in the water! So wildly impractical, but I want one anyway :) Mostly I want the kind of garden you could put one of these in, but a more bowl-ish version of the swing seat would be awesome to curl up and read in.
This one’s a reblog for feel. It’s got a good balance between timber and white walls. The book cases are gorgeous also, and the light is soft but warm. The dead bird in the dead centre (hah!) of the picture is a bit disconcerting o.0