Urban Jungle Bloggers: My Plant Gang by <a href="/CurateDisplay/" title="Curate & Display">@Curate & Display</a>

Urban Jungle Bloggers / Plant Gang

Urban Jungle Bloggers: My Plant Gang by <a href="/CurateDisplay/" title="Curate & Display">@Curate & Display</a>

Eclectic little space

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Eclectic little space

Document Sharing Portal for Professionals & Students - This is an amazing space:  how about an east side gardening shed/greenhouse?                                                                                                                                                      More

Document Sharing Portal for Professionals & Students - This is an amazing space: how about an east side gardening shed/greenhouse? More

Living room | Step inside a Victorian terrace in London | House tour | housetohome.co.uk

Step inside a Victorian terrace in London

Living room | Step inside a Victorian terrace in London | House tour | housetohome.co.uk

oh wow, night time in the garden/gazebo/summer house, just go mad with the fairy lights, Tres romantic

Långbord, långbord och … ja, se själva

oh wow, night time in the garden/gazebo/summer house, just go mad with the fairy lights, Tres romantic

Wales   ---------    Moon to Moon: Conservatories and Greenhouses....  I think I just need another house, with a bigger garden so I can have something like this!!!

Wales --------- Moon to Moon: Conservatories and Greenhouses.... I think I just need another house, with a bigger garden so I can have something like this!!!

Spend rainy afternoons in your own teahouse. I love the idea of creating a tiny getaway in your own backyard — somewhere you can sneak off to, even during a storm, and sip tea while the rain pours down. Leaving two walls (or all four) open offers the shelter of a roof but the romance of being outside.

Spend rainy afternoons in your own teahouse. I love the idea of creating a tiny getaway in your own backyard — somewhere you can sneak off to, even during a storm, and sip tea while the rain pours down. Leaving two walls (or all four) open offers the shelter of a roof but the romance of being outside.

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