http://www.csszengarden.com/221/ (Mid Century Modern by Andrew Lohman)
This iteration of the CSS Zen Garden is very aesthetically pleasing to me; the palette is expressive and the color-blocking is an effective way to highlight the different paragraphs and establish asymmetrical balance. Unfortunately, I think the design’s flow is a bit disrupted between the different blocks of text, especially towards the middle because of the sudden jump from the right side of the page to the left. Besides that, I think this design works very well for the Zen Garden.
https://www.behance.net/gallery/108031039/Web-Dsign?tracking_source=search_projects_recommended%7Cweb%20design (NOOM Web Design by Anis Ali)
I really enjoy this design; I think it has a good balance of content, and space; there is emphasis on the important elements and the products are the focal points of the webpage. There is also a good hierarchy between the title, headers, and paragraphs. I would be interested to see some additional visual elements, or an accent color.