Here’s some pictures of a rear garden makeover we’ve been working on recently.
We used vitrified porcelain paving for it’s durability in a buff colour with a sawn granite edging for detail and contrast.
Behind we constructed block and rendered beds with a floating cedar bench built in.
Finally new fencing and lawn and edged the existing apple tree.
Porcelain paving, planting beds, cedar bench, lawn
Here some pictures of a large garden makeover in Clifton we are currently working on.
Front garden consists of rendered planters with cedar screening and soon to have white stone/gravel drive.
Rear garden has a long path leading to raised patio/seating area at rear of garden with rendered planters and sleeper beds.
front garden cedar fencing
Rear garden rendered raised patio area and beds
Last week we picked up an award at the Marshalls award road show in Bristol.
Best project by a new member.
It’s great to be recognises for our hard work and craftmanship and we are looking forward to the year ahead and submitting gardens again next year.
Marshalls Award 2017/18
Here’s some pictures of a garden recently completed in Knowle, Bristol
Adding shape and style to an otherwise square garden using a bullnose graphite curb and traditional edging for detail.
Then cutting in the curve with the silver grey porcelain paving patio.
New lawn plus recessed manhole covers to complete the look
Silver grey porcelain patio
Here’s some before and after pictures of a front garden makeover in Staple Hill Bristol we’ve just finished.
We chose to used Symphony vitrified porcelain paving for its contemporary look but also as its low maintenance – This is due to the vitrified process that ensures reduced water absorption.
The paving was edged with a grey rumble block edging to define the pathway.
Finally we constructed a small bin store and created a small raised bull-nose planting bed in the corner for interest.
Here are some pictures of the build process and finished garden we recently completed in Bristol.
It was a tricky project due to the slope of the garden. To get around this we opted to terrace the garden to make use of the space.
We incorporated circles into the design to add shape to the otherwise square garden and continued this theme in the terraced steps and in the patio shape at the top terrace.
The lawn area was rotovated and levelled to lessen the slope.
We used buff coloured slabs to lighten the garden but also opted for porcelain for its durability and contemporary look. The finished effect really transformed the garden space and makes for a fresh, spacious feel.
In addition to the garden we also erected 25 meters of closeboard fencing with concrete gravel boards which completed the look.
Have a look at the pictures below
Here’s a pictures of a porcelain patio we are currently building in Westbury-on-Trym, Bristol.
More to follow