I love the little stepping stone path (maybe impractical?) and also the way the screens stop you seeing all the way down - draws your eye along path (could be a good way to distract attention from fence and wall?
This Asian-inspired arbor would be a perfect element in any garden. I would incorporate many oriental elements in both the landscape and the inside decor of my dream home. The simplicity is absolutely elegant.
Yard of the Adachi museum. The Adachi Museum of Art opened in Yasugi, Shimane Prefecture, Japan in It houses a collection of modern Japanese art, including paintings by Taikan Yokoyama, and has a celebrated
Japanese garden style is just perfect for small gardens. The tiniest space can fit a small Japanese garden. Japanese houses make the most of every bit of garden space, and often have small gardens squeezed a long a narrow pathway, or between two.