A modest front garden in Wimbledon. A black and white tiled path adds traditional formality, and is complimented by a low raised brick border planted with lavender, rosemary and standard roses for a ‘cottage’ feel.
A garden with clearly defined areas that are framed by extensive planting. The plants are the stars of the show in this garden. Silver birch add height and drama to the space and are under-planted with salvia and allium.
A garden on two levels with a hardwood deck and limestone paving. A long built-in bench made from layered limestone supports and hardwood seat sits in the sunniest part of the garden.
A small south London garden paved in blue limestone which also forms the coping on the raised rendered beds
A west London garden with extensive hard landscaping incorporating a long infinity pool feature. A path is created with yellow granite setts, and box clipped hornbeams are planted within the paving.
A family garden with raised Balau deck with integrated herb garden. Built in benches have limestone supports and hardwood seats.
A narrow garden, less than 3m wide required a clever solution to maximise the space and create a pretty hideaway in the city.
A raised deck and stone water feature designed to compliment an extensive house development.
A garden divided into rooms with rendered walls and colourful planting. Built in hard wood benches form a relaxed area for dining.
A large Surrey garden with a studio office at the bottom. A spaceous Balau deck was built for dining and entertaining. This is framed by an extensive raised bed that is planted densely with grasses and perennials. A pergola frames the path leading to the lawn and studio.