My favourite type of garden falls into the contemporary design category and there are plenty of high end designers that offer a service to design you a fresh looking garden style hot spot. Not limited to one country they span all climates and altitudes, even some on roof tops but they all make a statement and wow the viewers. One thing that a lot of these gardens have in common is the use of planted areas segregated from paving or other soil and flower pots. They are used to frame and make a feature of the plantations within and work really well.

I decided to get together a collection of some of the nicest ones I could find and show you what I found and seen before you is the result. Have a look and see what you think, which garden is your favourite

Have a look at some metal planters for contemporary gardens in this post I wrote

There’s some pretty interesting planters to decorate doorways in this article I wrote too

Contemporary garden look great with built in planters, have a look at the article I wrote on it

What better way to lead into a modern garden than to create a feature path. See some inspiration here

This garden has a firepit in it as a main feature. I wrote an article about them with plenty of inspiration for you so have a look



Claremont Road: modern Garden by Will Eckersley


Design Rulz

Small urban garden: modern Garden by Ruth Willmott
A Garden for Entertaining in: minimalistic Garden by Charlesworth Design
Traditional Garden - Decked Seating Area: country Garden by Unique Landscapes
Terrace with furniture: modern Garden by Gardenplan Design
​Back garden at Bedford Gardens House. : modern Garden by Nash Baker Architects Ltd
Brackenbury House: modern Garden by Neil Dusheiko Architects
Contemporary Garden Design by London Based Garden Designer Josh Ward: modern Garden by Josh Ward Garden Design
Outdoor Room: modern Garden by Borrowed Space


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