This was a long, thin garden backing onto fields. In order to escape the narrow confines of the original garden, we opted for curves and flowing lines throughout. With this project, there was a request for clear visualisation and detailed 3D planning, produced as part of the quotation process.
The last third of the garden had already been developed with a large, modern office space. We were tasked with linking this functional space with the rest of the garden by a pathway from the main patio. We also wanted to create a distinction between the two areas and did so by use of open fencing. We added artistic flair by using descending heights on the posts in a sweeping curve.
We gave balance to the garden using two dominant circle features on either side of the path; one circle of lawn and one of sandstone paving. The flow of the path was further enhanced by a curved pergola on one side.
This theme culminated with a large sandstone globe water feature in prime viewing position from the sitting room and the main patio area. The customers’ love of water resulted in the inclusion of a bespoke water feature to be viewed from the office area.
Friendly and cheerful workers. Excellent design and creative thinking. They handled our extra jobs well. Very neat and tidy. We have had lots and lots of positive feedback from family and friends about our new garden. P. Middlemiss