It is great to see this 6 month project that we started in December 2015 and planted in spring in full bloom. We followed on from builders who had done major alterations and a large extension. Chris Prior has designed a contemporary garden that incorporates Porcelain paving, Millboard composite decking, Breedon gravel pathways and a stunning pond with Purbeck stone. The whole project has been complimented by the stunning lighting plan created by Hampshire Lights.
This Garden in Wimbledon lacked any character and was a little unloved. Sarah Bicknell of Sauterlle Garden and Landscape Design must be complemented for her vision for this blank canvas. The transformation which took 3 months to build is incredible. The way the features and paths mingle together, the attention to detail is brilliant down to the black dyed water of the infinity pond. .
This town garden had many changes in levels which left the outside space feeling disjointed and unusable. The access was poor and in order to achieve the lower levels of the new terracing, these levels had to be dug out by hand. The end result is a low maintenance beautiful space, ideal for out door entertaining the white rendered walls are complimented by the vibrant alliums.
Sarah Bicknell from Sauterlle Landscape and Garden Design has excelled herself with this design . The build took 6 months to complete there were many different areas to plan, a secret garden new driveway, decking area and beautiful sweeping steps which lead to the terrace and outside dining area, the patio is framed by two rectangles of individually laid Caledonion cobbles, which in turn leads to a Balu deck seating area. Wow, what a transformation!
Follow the progress of this garden transformation for a town house in Winchester from a tired back yard to a slick flowing space to be proud of.