Small gardens can be completely transformed by using triangulation, which divides the space to create a visual journey from left to right and then right to left again. This zig-zagging creates an illusion that the garden is bigger than it actually is.
A Rustic Garden utilising lots of fantastic flowers, shrubs and small trees to create a colourful lush border. A circular pathway at the centre of the garden allows for ease of maintenance, so you can easily get to all areas of the borders.
A design that utilises many of the most beautiful formed plants, such as pleached trees and balls. Bamboos are incorporated to provide a contrast between the blocks of green. Agapanthus is planted in between the balls to provide lots of colour.
A garden design that consists of two seating areas in the corners of the garden, allowing for plenty of space in between for planting. A small hedge borders the central pathway to define that feature of the design.
A lifestyle garden with different zones for each of the required functions. This separation defines each area so that each feels like a separate space. Low-level planting makes each area feel as open as possible.
A modular, stylised garden that uses squares and straight lines to create a modern, crisp finish. Textural planting softens the sharp angles, creating a fusion between the modern and the traditional, using blues, whites and purples.