The main design aim that our clients wanted us to focus on was privacy; the garden as it previously was allowed for full view into the area. By using a mix of staggered screens and plants this was perfectly achievable! Using this method, we also created multiple secluded seating areas, each of them being in full sun at some point in the day; perfect for entertaining!
Each of the planters have been cladded with this beautiful stone veneer, each piece hand chiseled to ensure that it's perfect before installation! The natural stone circle draws the eye, while the dual blend cobble pathway provides a sense of flow to the area.
Stone masonry has been prominent in our projects throughout the year, and this is our favourite feature so far! This was a last minute addition, and we are so glad that we were able to incorporate it. The stone has once again been hand chiseled to ensure that each piece is perfectly shaped, and the wall has been topped with a mint sandstone coping. Each coping stone has been custom cut, and include hand cut drip lines.
This also enabled us to add another seating area behind it for entertaining, that wouldn't be visible to people walking past.
Three different colours have been used to create this porcelain plank patio. The staggered effect we created using the planks creates the rustic style we were going for, along with the dual blend black lime/raj green cobble pathway.
The client's driveway consisted of Staffordshire pink pebbles, so we decided to bring the areas together by using the same pebbles for the rest of the rustic courtyard floor. The colours go beautifully with the veneer cladding and the red/pink hues of the cobbles.