Corner floral garden area Bricks dominate this garden designed by Adam Frost at Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Grasses, shrubs and perennials fill the raised flowerbeds and give the garden a country feel. A bench with overhang, set into the flowerbed, provides the perfect spot to sit, and a water spout at the other end of the wall creates a calming atmosphere. Water Features Primrose London Furniture John Lewis Plants Crocus
Arthur W. Plaisted was a prolific architect during the inter-war years, designing residential properties, shops, offices, garages and churches in a variety of styles. Park Towers, built in 1938, a three storey block of 18 apartments in Adams Street, South Yarra, Melbourne, is one of his most significant works - Adrian Yekkes: Australian Art Deco - treasures in Melbourne's suburbs
The hall of Bowood House, with its cantilevered staircase, was converted from a dining room in the Fifties, under the direction of John Fowler. The soft yellow walls are a perfect compliment to the wooden floors.