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 small south London garden paved in blue limestone which also forms the coping on the raised rendered beds
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.
This garden utilised existing railway sleepers – recycling them to create feature beds for planting. The paving separates to form stepping stones. Cobbles fill the spaces and plants such as Heuchera and creeping thymes planted in between for a relaxed traditional feel.
Raised beds and planting to a terrace create an entrance to the rest of the garden. The back boundary is a tall fence with bespoke privacy trellis and planted with feature trees.
A large family garden, where a curved raised bed planted with mature trees and shrubs helps separate the space.
A large family garden with raised brick beds for growing herbs, tomatoes and strawberries. The overgrown borders were cleared and replanted with more suitable shrubs and perennials providing much more seasonal interest and opening up the space to create a much wider feel to the garden.
Raised timber planters are planted with herbs and scented evergreens, framing an integrated bench.