Posts Tagged ‘Garden design detail’

  • Bespoke garden design, Sheffield U.K.

    Water feature

    November 21st, 2012 | Garden Design | admin | Comments Off on Water feature

    Individuality is a key theme for me in garden design and landscaping. I enjoy working with garden-owners to create a garden that they love and that is specific to them. The broader strokes of landscaping can be given definition and life with bespoke garden features such as this one. Reclaimed materials can be great for […]Read More

  • A customer's idea for their garden

    Garden furniture with a personal touch

    November 21st, 2012 | Garden Design, Outdoor Furniture, Portfolio Projects, Reclaimed Materials, Style | admin | Comments Off on Garden furniture with a personal touch

    I enjoy including garden furniture that feels personal. Not all people enjoy the same things in their personal garden space and it is always a pleasure to realize a garden-owner’s ideas. As I’ve said before, its the details that make a garden as much as the overall design. Made from reclaimed wood, this little  fellow’s […]Read More

  • Planting plans come to fruition in unexpected ways

    Naturally occurring garden feature

    November 21st, 2012 | Colour, Garden Design, Outdoor Furniture, Portfolio Projects, Style | admin | Comments Off on Naturally occurring garden feature

    I’ve included this detail to show how nature can compliment a garden design. I enjoy seeing the interaction between garden furniture and living, natural elements. The colours here are lovely and you would see them best when seated and at rest.Read More

  • Close-up of bespoke landscape garden design feature in Sheffield.

    Reclaimed wood

    November 21st, 2012 | Garden Design, Outdoor Furniture, Portfolio Projects, Reclaimed Materials, Style | admin | No Comments

    I have a passion for reclaimed materials. Many things that people throw away can be rehoused in a setting that is complimentary to them. This old tree stump is another natural-feeling component in the garden it now inhabits. Trees can add a real sense of the ancient too.Read More