We realise that a family garden has to be both a practical and stylish space for the grown ups and a fabulous play area for the children!
We work alongside you and the inspiration and ideas that you already have and incorporate them into the design. Whatever your idea - we can build it!
Have a look at some of our previous child friendly garden designs below:
This the large back garden to a substantial and attractive, red brick, Grade II listed property in Pembury, picturesquely situated overlooking the village green.
Our client envisaged a space completely transformed from its blank canvas, typical of a new build house, to a beautiful garden
This is the broadly rectangular back garden to a sizeable, detached property in a quiet leafy road in Hayes, Kent.
This was a substantial new-build property in a private road with views over a golf course.
This was a recently refurbished, modern bungalow with roof extension in Hayes Village, Kent with lovely views over the Common.
Our clients had renovated this detached property in Chislehurst, Kent to a very high standard and they wanted to replicate the same quality of finish to the outside spaces.
An uninteresting lawn stretched from one end to the other with a dip in the middle and a shed at one end.
The aim was to provide the two small children with some dedicated play space and a pleasing garden for the adults to enjoy.
This was the tiny garden to a terraced Victorian house belonging to a young family.Coming from Australia, our couple really missed the outside space for barbecuing and entertaining.
We designed a black limestone terrace adjacent to the new building to provide the smart, contemporary feel our clients wanted, but surrounded it with a timber handrail to tie in with the colonial feel of the new structure. Lush, tropical-style planting completes the look.
The family wanted a practical, but attractive garden for play and for entertaining. One important consideration was that the children wanted to include a trampoline.
Our clients asked us for a larger deck area by the house, together with another seating area - further down the garden to use at different times of the day to take advantage of the sun. They also wanted a more natural area to the rear with a woodland feel.
The design introduced interest to what otherwise could have been a large uninteresting expanse of grass by incorporating large interlocking brick circles. These were laid at the level of the lawn for ease of mowing.
A steep staircase with high risers and narrow treads down from the drawing room made this a potentially treacherous space for the children, or adults alike, as well as taking up garden space.
Our clients had two small children and wanted a play area with a lawn and space for the grown-ups too, including a dining area near to the house and a large workshop at the rear of the garden.
Our client asked for something stylish and contemporary with clean lines near the house.
To avoid the eye being drawn straight to the end of the garden, she also requested that some curves be introduced.
This was new build property in with the typical new build garden – boring turf concealing builders’ rubble and an unimaginative area of deck had been laid.
This garden was on two levels with a small well area outside the basement kitchen.
As with most gardens this size, and with a young family, space was at a premium and our clients wanted somewhere they could relax and entertain, and where their children could play.
Although well kept, the garden had been planted in a rather unimaginative way with boring shrubs and little seasonal colour.
Our clients wanted a traditional English country style garden with some formal touches.
The garden was dominated by a large swimming pool and as the children were grown up so instead our clients wanted a tranquil seating area surrounded by beautiful planting in which to entertain and relax.
Our clients wanted to open up the garden revealing it’s true size, whilst still retaining it’s traditional character. They also had a big birthday party in the garden coming up, so time was of the essence!
Rather than go with straight lines and angles, we chose a bold circular theme for the design, which ties in very well with the 1930’s style of the house.
Our clients had fond memories of holidays in the south of France and wanted to re-create something of a rustic French feel in their tiny London garden, using materials to suit the age of their property.
The plot was broadly triangular, which has its own design challenges, and our clients wanted a strong scheme with a contemporary edge to complement their interior furnishings and to provide interest throughout the year.
In order to draw the eye across the garden, rather than straight to the end (which is what often happens with a rectangular garden), an attractive, sinous path was constructed.
The existing rectangular patio lead us to this design and we decided to square off the rather awkwardly shaped plot and divide it with a series of rectangles forming the lawn, play area, path and planting beds.
This was the invaluable outside space that came with our clients’ garden flat in a prestigious area of London but it was impractical for the young family.
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