There is something soothing about rounded shapes in a garden. The curves are easy on the eye and they have a way of drawing your attention in a gentle, leisurely way. When a curved shape is used for a seating area or gathering point it offers the added benefit of creating a sense of being embraced, which ups the cosiness factor considerably. The firepit zone in this garden is a celebration of the circular and it’s a clever inclusion

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