A new build garden that lacked interest, with utilitarian paving, bare walls and fence boundaries that enclosed the space. Our clients required areas for dining and relaxing, along with space for their young children to play.
A sandstone dining patio and pathway was created, the edges were planted with architectural buxus, grasses and colourful perennials to lead you out to the ‘chill out’ area, creating a focal point which could be viewed from the kitchen.
A bespoke water feature was included for ambience, drowning out any noise from the neighbouring walls.
White slatted fencing separated the ‘chill out’ area from the rest of the garden to form an outdoor room, whilst the rest of the fencing was renewed with grey paint to add interest and depth to the boundaries.
The exposed brick wall was enhanced with jasmine climbers and became a real feature of the garden.
A lawned area around the children’s summer house allowed space for play.