A round-up of some of our favourites at this year’s centenary show…
David Harber‘s intriguing ‘Coluna’ structure made of copper discs.
The new Triptych planter in zinc from A Place in the Garden.
Step back in time…Horticolous Landscape & Garden Design celebrate one hundred years of British horticulture (through the door was the present day, with modern technology and plants).
Birmingham City Council celebrates the opening of the Library of Birmingham, Europe’s largest public library. This display illustrates ‘Birmingham Blitz’ a book by the Birmingham writer Annie Murray.
David Austin Roses have launched a new Garden & Home range with pretty rose-patterned china, handmade clear vases, stationery, toiletries and garden tools.
The Miracle-Gro’wers 1940s Garden includes flowers and vegetables that were commonly grown in domestic gardens in the 1940s.
Cath Kidston’s ‘Coming up Roses’ retreat.
The interior, designed as a studio in which to create her own ideal rose.
Artist Rob Ryan’s ‘A place to Work and Dream’.
The interior of Rob Ryan’s summerhouse, with thoughts and ideas covering every surface.
See all the other Artisan Retreats at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show on The House Directory’s Pinterest page.