Jewel box garden

Posted on Thu, 3 Nov 2011 by midcenturyjo

Formal hedges, luscious green. Like cut and polished precious emeralds. Sparkling pool, stone and tile. Manicured loveliness in suburban Hurstville, Sydney. A magnificent urban oasis by foremost Australian landscape designer Paul Bangay.

Chezza says:

I LOVE THIS!!! It almost looks too good to be true!

Lavender says:

i love love it, i wish i had garden like this

Sela says:

Its like the mini Lara croft house , lol beautiful

Chelsea says:

Oh. Love. I have a little brick and wood patio. Tiny and a little sad. These make me want to get out and make something grow out there. Even if it would have to be in a pot. Great round-up. xo

Supal says:

Omg I would die with that kind of greenery. It is just beautiful and well tamed.

Greg H says:

This is jaw-dropping beautiful. The only thing I would change to make it perfect is the color of the pool. Turquoise is such a cliche pool color and clashes with the restrained color palette in the rest of the design. Slate gray would have been my choice. This is going in my inspiration folder!

SDRachel says:

That first photo reminds me of the grounds at the Palace of Versailles- we just got back from there and I still have violin music and the sounds of the fountains ringing in my ears. 🙂

blooie says:

Very nice!

Kiki says:

I think this is my IVF Clinic! And can I just say, the inside of the house is just as stunning

Kristen says:

Wow, this is so beautiful. I would dream of living in this garden. The greenery is transcendent.

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