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Garden Beaconsfield

Mrs C.C​, Beaconsfield​

Client: Mrs C.C

Location: Beaconsfield

Landscaping Brief: To add style to an underused garden, creating an inviting space to eat and socialise in.

Project Summary:  Before we started the project the back garden was immaculate but lacking any particular style. The space was large but often unused. The clients have a seating area, but felt it needed more exciting features within it so it would be a welcoming place to spend long summer evenings.

The front garden also mimicked the back garden before we began our redesign, as the space was vast, yet very plain with no features. The design scoped out maintaining the bulk of the front garden and adding in elements to create a finished look, whilst using the majority of our resources at the back garden to create a stunning, modern redesign.

Before our team started work, we assessed the colour scheme. The tiles used outside were square and white, which had become weathered and needed vast upkeep. There was also a distinct stopping point from patio to garden which they wanted to eliminate. Our first redesign was of the front garden, and a few birch saplings were placed at intervals across the existing lawn to create height and texture. 

Turning to the back garden, we chose low water absorbing natural black slate tiles as the ideal materials for the seating and dining area and for the planters we chose bricks with a blue engineering brick capping because they are inherently frost resistant. We placed the new patio tiles in a space outside the house leading naturally into the garden, with a mix of evergreen trees to inject colour, texture and scents into the outdoor space.

We added extra touches that would add interest to the large space without detracting from it’s expanse. A circular reflecting pool and bbq were placed near the chairs and tables, providing a dual-use space for both relaxation in the day, as well as evening entertainment. Oak walkways made from beams provide dimension without stealing the show of the garden, and the mix of the slate and grass, brick and sharp lines created a very minimalist garden with plenty to look at. 

Garden Design beaconsfield

Mrs H.D, Beaconsfield

Client: Mrs H.D

Location: Beaconsfield

Landscaping Brief: The clients had a  vast space of land but it lacked the colour and warmth. The design scope was to use elements of a traditional English garden to add interest and vibrancy.

Project Summary:  The brief was to create a stunning English country garden redesign that could make the most of the vast amounts of space, creating areas that were designed to be meandered through on a warm day, but easy to maintain in the cooler months.

We started our redesign by looking at the flowers and shrubs that would make up the bulk of the redesign. Carefully chosen planting injects colour, texture and scents into the outdoor space so it was key that the design incorporated as many scents and types of plant as possible.

We used many varieties of ornamental grasses for a natural feel and the main planting colour theme is was purple, with perennial wall flowers all along the circular sides of the garden used to create a very full effect.

A trellis was added in the mid point of the garden to terrace and divide the spaces into more intimate areas.

Towards the front of the house, anew sandstone path with specially designed planters opens up the walkway into the garden and provides a lovely vantage point to enjoy the scenery.  

The result is the garden looks full and interesting, whilst the main areas for maintenance are the shrubs and plants along the borders, a deceptively simple redesign.

Mrs K.B​, Beaconsfield

Client: Mrs K.B​

Location: Beaconsfield

Landscaping Brief: To create a tranquil environment for contemplation using a modern garden design.

Project Summary: Before we began, a tiered softwood timber deck at the far end of the garden was in place. However, the clients wanted a more striking garden redesign. We commissioned a stand-alone oak pergola to be the core focal point. By adding in lighting from the joints and placing it on a weathered teak decking this new feature provides the perfect view both from the house and towards the house.

Towards the front of the garden we wanted to focus on making it a more natural space, but ensuring it was easily maintainable. We set about cutting and filling to create borders where plants could be given a unique display.

Before we started work a large tree had been the focus of the borders of the garden, so we removed it and created instead a flowing design using cream slabs to lead the eye to the pergola.

In it’s place we added a mixture of bright perennial plants, including a striking blossom tree and pampas grass that would catch the movement of the wind.

Back Garden Soft Landscaping - Beaconsfield

Mrs M.B​, Beaconsfield​

Client: Mrs M.B,

Location: Beaconsfield

Landscaping Brief: The brief was to re-design the large rear garden which was looking tired and in need of some modernisation, with low maintenance in mind. It was also key to have a great place to sit and relax, ideally with a Mediterranean feel.

Project Summary:  Creating a social environment was the core aim of the project, and the Mediterranean feel led to an easy design spec, with lots of bold white, splashes of orange and modern takes on the classic features such as the fire pit. 

We started by creating a new large flush balau deck around the house which provides the perfect relaxing space, and to the side we created more structured edges with the rendered white brick to perfectly compliment a  focal point of a fire pit complete with minimalist beech benches, the perfect place to spend a long summer evening. 

This was finished with Rattan furniture on the deck that was sourced locally.

Specially designed planters around the large open sofas provided an enclosed entertaining space required by a family and these were created to be slightly higher than eye level when sitting to create a cornered off haven and wind protection. The plants were chosen carefully, with low-maintenance succulents, bushes and hedges used to make up the bulk of the garden, with dashes of orange add to the Mediterranean feel of the redesign. The white however is still the dominant colour and creates a border area between the entertaining space and the rest of the linear garden.

Paving steps were laid out in a modern design to lead the foot forward and create an even greater sense of length.