Due to budget constraints we couldn’t quite do all to the design. But we’re able to keep the main feature the bank side and water feature and slightly alter the spec on the other areas. One big saving we were able to do was to keep the old Indian stone paving but had it cleaned up and repointed with resin. And we found some second hand stone to match to create the linking paths. And when all cleaned and pointed looks like new.
While we were installing the lawn edging we found a well buried in the garden. This was an old brick lined one probably original to the property when it was a farm barn. So the client thought we may as well embrace it. So we decided to build it up and make a feature of it, built with old brick to make it look as if it’s always been there.
Garden lighting was then added and all planting areas finished off with slate chippings for a contemporary finish.