Hampton Garden. View from house showing dining terrace with sunbed ,lawn, planting and secondary patio/terrace beyond for evening dining. Including a fire pit area and Corten Steel water bowls.
Garden Design in Hampton taken from above showing all elements of the garden.
Fire pit and informal patio area at the end of the garden in Hampton, showing Corten Steel Water Bowls and lit with Garden lighting.
Evening image of garden with garden lighting installed. Hampton Garden.
Garden lighting illuminating the far end of the garden with tree and surrounding plants and a seating area.
Groundworks pre construction phase.
Deck installation at the construction phase.
Garden Design in Hampton showing deck installation and preparation of hardlandscping areas.
Hampton Garden. Gloucester Road.
This Garden in Hampton Village was a complete blank canvas. There were virtually no plants, as the lawn went to the boundary fence on each side. The Focal point was an old shed at the end of the garden. There was an existing patio but it wasn't deep enough to allow for comfortable dining.
We designed the garden to accommodate space for a couple and their older children.
The patio area at the back of the house is extended to allow for comfortable seating/dining. A composite deck path with planting alongside is installed. This leads to a secondary patio which is surrounded with plants of soft perennials and round domes of evergreen Pittosporum tobira nanum. Three Corten Steel Water Bowls are placed adjacent to this area for added interest. From here, a path leads to a shaded woodland area with a seat for relaxation and contemplation. New contemporary horizontal batten fencing is installed in front of the existing fence on one side and to the rear of the garden, whilst the other side fence is painted black. The shed is moved to the far corner and hidden away, behind matching horizontal battens.
Lighting was a key element for the client as they wanted to enjoy the garden from inside as well as out. An irrigation system was also installed.
Project Year: 2021
Project Cost: £75,001 - £100,000