Garden designer Lindsey Taylor remodeled this townhouse garden and turned it into a relaxing oasis. Taylor modernized the hardscaping and created inviting spaces for dining and lounging, and now the new garden is a tranquil space, made to feel bigger with oversized bluestone pavers and generous planting beds edged by retaining walls capped with bluestone. Lightweight fiberglass boxes are planted with Miscanthus sinensis ‘Morning Light’ for soft screening provide privacy for both tenants and landlords. A red exterior brick wall was painted the same shade of white as the interior walls in the kitchen to visually connect the two adjacent spaces. The architects designed the balcony and railing; a Fermob wire chair was sourced from GRDN in Brooklyn. Lindsey cut a pocket in the bluestone patio to create space for a Japanese stewartia tree, underplanted with lavender and boxwood.