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mecc interiors | design bites

What better time to plan your garden shelter for next year than as the frost and snow start to cover the ground? And what better place for inspiration than Australia?

The above set is all designed by BKK Architects for the Royal Botanic Gardens Cranbourne. Given their public nature, the shelters are more of a resting spot that a place to entertain, but with a little imagination, you can surely picture how you might use any of these spaces for dinner parties or other gatherings.

garden shelter ideas from oz | @meccinteriors | design bites via tigersheds.com

I’m not sure how I feel about the above curved structure being linked to an article entitled The Feminisation of the Garden Shed, but… The size and shape are ideal for back garden corners, particularly for narrow lots. The curve (the feminine aspect?) will soften a corner, visually expanding the space and creating a more inviting focal point.

garden shelter ideas from oz | @meccinteriors | design bites via newgardendesigning.blogspot.ca

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