- by Byron
A popular feature in many patios and backyards is, of course, a container garden. Especially true in contemporary and urban set-ups, container gardens are the ideal way to add a unique touch to your patio and host plants that aren’t always keen to the soil conditions around your home. Here are a few of our favorite container gardens, all in beautiful patios that know how to work them.
Image: TOTAL CONCEPTS
Low set container gardens, filled with tufts of wild grass, add an appreciated art deco touch to this gravel lined patio.
Decked out in mahogany, shrub container gardens add a lovely touch to this highly modern patio and living room.
Image: Luigi Rosselli Architects
In this beautiful living room, shrubs along the window add a natural and art deco touch.
Image: BGD Architects
This patio, filled with polished wood flooring and teak furniture, is elevated to the next level with wall sized windows and white brick container gardens, filled with small trees and shrubs.
Image: Maison Des Ormes
This Spanish style contemporary patio is made complete with wall hugging, stone container gardens, adding a lush element to this intimate patio seating area.
This urban penthouse patio is given an at-home, charming appeal with the use of paneled wood container gardens.
Image: TY LARKINS INTERIORS
Potted plants add a nice, charming touch to this intimate garden walkway.
Potted plants contribute to a lush and earthy atmosphere in this spacious patio area.
Image: LINCOLN BARBOUR PHOTO
Small potted plants, placed about this patio, add a romantic and cheerful atmosphere to this intimate seating area.
Image: Peter Lyons Photography
Raised black container gardens add an interesting contrast to this contemporary patio.
Image: David Howell Design
Concrete and wood paneled container gardens add a lovely, eye catching touch to this urban patio.
Image: Blondie’s Treehouse Inc
This gorgeous urban patio features cement tiling and black, ebony container gardens, helping each color in the garden stand out even more.
Gray polished tile, plus burnt orange containers keep this patio feeling contemporary and ready for action.
Image: Little Miracles Designs
Ebony paneled container gardens add an appreciated contemporary touch to this rooftop hideaway.
This Moroccan style patio features crate container gardens and sheer pottery potted plants, keeping this patio feeling lush and cool.
This European style patio, which feels like a cafe, is filled with earthy tiling and lots of plants, keeping this patio feeling cool and intimate.
Image: FineLines Design Studio
Metal container gardens not only are a useful way to recycle but add a unique touch to this modern patio.
Image: RSL Outdoor Living
Rich brick and low potted plants add a romantic element to this Mediterranean style living room.
Cement tiles, plus wood paneled container gardens and a bench add charm and color to this contemporary, intimate patio area.
Maple container gardens, paired with a cement head, add charm and a lush atmosphere to this contemporary patio.
Image: Rob Spytz Design
White tiles and cement container gardens create an intimate feeling in this beautiful, modern patio sitting area.
Image: Laura Attolini Design
Ebony flooring and dark, metal pots add charm and a contrasting element to this breezy patio.
Image: JEFFERY ROBERTS DESIGN
This patio seating area is infused with charm, thanks to blue, ceramic container gardens.
This gorgeous patio area is filled with charm and a traditional outlook, thanks to a gorgeous, eclectic set of container gardens.
Image: K&D Landscape Management
This Safari style, elaborate porch is elevated to the next level with an eclectic collection of pots and an even more eclectic collection of plants.
Image: Green Design Group
This patio is filled with cobblestone and rich, pottery potted plants.
Image: The Tile Studio
White alabaster container gardens add a nice contrast to this beautiful, sophisticated patio.
Image: PAR-BRO Design/Build LTD
Gorgeous, neutral toned container gardens add a nice touch to this beautiful, contemporary patio.
Container gardens, whether large or small, add a nice touch to any patio or backyard space. Think about the material you’re building the garden out of and then, most importantly, pair it with a plant and you’re good to go.