To create a vibrant, spacious and low maintenance outdoor space.
We split the garden into three key areas. The main patio using ash granite paving and edging complimented with a grey sandstone cobble was the perfect combination. Leading to the spacious lawn area with minimalistic contemporary planting, we used granite edging to create a retainer wall with built-in steps. A pergola seating area with evergreen plants completed the space.
To install a safe and minimalistic garden on split levels and to be an extension of the modern interior of the property.
A stunning installation using pressure treated fencing installed on all boundaries. Grigio Porcelain patio to continue the indoor/outdoor flow, bullnose steps take you to the curving pathway which leads to relaxing pergola seating area. Rendered planters painted white with built-in seating and lighting and a planting scheme using a mix of new and existing shrubs complement the family garden perfectly.
To maintain colour all year round and to install a contemporary garden using traditional accents.
We didn’t want to overpower the garden with too much hard landscaping so we let the planting do the talking. We used cream porcelain for a pathway leading to a seating area, coping stone wall and rust metal garden features. We utilised the existing evergreen hedge line and complimented it with natural turf and a traditional planting scheme.
To create a warm and cosy entertaining outdoor space with limited maintenance.
Using the finest balau hardwood decking we managed to create a compact yet elegant outdoor area. Including spotlights in the decking perfect for the warm summer evenings and installing soft planting scheme as to not overpower the garden.
To create an inviting and relaxing outdoor space on 3 different levels.
Focusing on timber work using sleepers to create raised planters we continued the theme using hardwood decking throughout. Utilising space by installing a ‘floating’ bench for extra seating finished with a vibrant planting scheme.
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