The trendy frame-less structures made by Pure Greenhouse are the new must-have for any garden, a new greenhouse popular not only for its stylish appearance but also for its practical design. With the prestigious RHS Chelsea Garden Product Of The Year 2017 under their belt, and the team at Saturday Kitchen Live wanting their greenhouses in their garden to house herbs and other edible plants, the Pure Greenhouse team were keen to make an impact at RHS Hampton Court.
Wanting to show how their greenhouses can look ‘invisible’, making you feel like you’re simply sitting in your garden whilst still being protected from the sometimes precarious British weather. Joe and Matt from Pure Greenhouse wanted to create a small and comfortable garden seating space inside one of their greenhouses that looked exactly the same as the exterior surroundings, as if the frame-less structure wasn’t really there. Pearly Quartz Pebbles cover the whole area, with Black Basalt plank paving leading a path up to the seating area and lining the two long rectangular water features on both sides of the stand. Two ‘glass’ cube planters filled with Scottish Beach Cobbles and the remaining Pearly Quartz Pebbles make distinctive features, echoing the greenhouse’s effect.
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