With the year drawing to a close, we’ve taken a moment off the tools to spot the most popular garden trends exhibited across our outdoor projects.
So if you’re looking for design inspiration for a 2023 garden revamp, feel free to take an idea or two from our previous installations. ‘Tis the season for sharing, after all.
Handmade to any specification, a pergola adds an abundance of character to your garden while also extending your living space. With UK summertime only getting warmer, what better way to spend your evening than to sit in style with friends and family?
Typically made from pressure-treated wood, pergolas act as a cost-effective alternative to single story extensions or conservatories. The perfect answer to a modest budget.
We can’t talk about adding a natural extension to your home without mentioning the immediate benefit of decking. Available in a host of grains, colours and materials, decking is a versatile addition to your garden ideal for a dining and entertaining space – as well as complimenting pools, ponds and water features.
If you want to learn more about how decking can add value to your garden, click here.
Easy to maintain, sleepers are a practical and planet-friendly alternative to masonry garden walls. As well as adding a focal point to your garden, they also offer bold borders that define, separate and organise individual outdoor spaces.
Provided your softwood sleepers are installed, treated and maintained correctly, they can last anywhere between 20 to 30 years. That’s not a bad investment by any metric.
A professionally fitted patio offers the perfect alternative to decking. Laid to last for decades, installing natural stone, Indian sandstone, porcelain or any other slab style instantly transforms abandoned lawn areas into a functional space for friends and family.
Aside from its aesthetic appeal, a patio also pays for itself by adding value to your property. Learn more, right here.
Whether artificial or natural, laying a brand-new lawn in the garden gives you that fresh start feeling. Layers of green instantly transform those forgotten garden spaces, creating a safe and open space for the whole family to enjoy – and all at a very reasonable fee.
Other benefits to installing a lawn include improved air quality, reduced ground pollution, a cool surface and an encouraged healthier lifestyle.