Our clients had recently finished renovating their home and asked us to design a garden to carry the contemporary feel of their house to their outdoor space. They requested social places in the garden which could be used at different times of the day and to have a dining/seating area on the same level



Our brief was to create something completely different. We created raised planting borders which were angled to visually elongate the garden and also creates a journey to end of the garden to a seated area under the pergola. We used natural stone cladding for the walls and natural stone copings which allow for plenty

Emerson Park


The brief was to create separate seating areas for the clients and their teenage children. There was a hot tub to incorporate to a partly screened area. There are now three seating areas, one for formal dining under the oak pergola and another casual seating area just outside the kitchen for the evening sun.

Waltham Abbey


Our client wanted an outdoor kitchen area that he could be proud of together with a beautiful garden that his partner could enjoy. She had some great ideas about how the garden should look together with other seatings areas, planting and other buildings for her working space.  The garden was to include: A covered

Wickham Bishops


The design was to be split level using composite decking for the formal upper seating area, a raised cladded border in between with planting and a lower porcelain paving space for the outdoor sofa, table and chairs. The new raised border was built and clad with Green Slate Cladding from London Stone. Pencil Round

Wickham Bishops – New Build


This beautiful property has a large family garden and sweeps around 3 sides of the house enabling us to create different areas to enjoy. Our client gave us a brief of easy to manage borders, trees for privacy, a patio area, somewhere to sit out of the sun and a private lounging area. The

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