This garden started life as a concrete foal yard to a farm. Our clients had retired from farming, and wished to turn their outside space in to a useable area. Although mainly driveway space, the area needed to be developed to allow for two seating patios, a pergola walkway, water feature, Italian paterre and space for planting around the garden.
Our focus was to bring our clients personality, and needs in to the garden, and develop focal points, morning and evening patio’s, and design in the use of existing materials such as oak beams for the two pergola’s and stone mill wheel for the water feature.
Lighting was also incorporated to highlight areas on an evening, and our clients now open the garden once a year to the public.
A new driveway for clients in Kilburn.
Cedar timber sits on galvanised steel beams
to create this floating bench in Poppleton.
Unable to find something online, we took to designing
and building the perfect covered seating area.
Part of the garden, this bespoke timber pergola
offered shade and planting supports.
One of our smallest ever gardens, designed using granite setts.
Raised sawn sandstone paving, with blue
engineering bricks to compliment the
windows here in Strensall.
A small garden with porcelain paving, Cedar fencing
and polymer-based rendering for the raised beds
and slate stack walling.
Colourful planting for the front garden in Strensall.
Split level paving here in Copmanthorpe using
Marshal’s eclipse Granite paving.
Planting design here compliments the barn
conversion here in Tollerton.
Full garden re-design here in Pocklington using
Marshall’s heritage paving to a circular design.
A full garden build for clients in Earswick using black
limestone paving, a new lawn, and water feature
for a good focal point.
One of our favourite gardens in Huby, with a bespoke fire pit
and seating for several, a raised bed using sleepers
and integrated lighting.
Even just a bench at the right location adds
so much to a garden and how it is used.
Looking for storage solutions, we can design
and build just what you are looking for.
A re-circulating stream in Pocklington to give that natural feel.
A bespoke timber pergola to create a separate area to this garden.
This was part of a large garden that included a 22-foot-long
stream from the top of the garden. An amazing garden when
we completed it back in the late 90’s.
Colour and texture as part of a garden in Knaresborough,
we even built the brickwork for the Hartley’s greenhouse
to within a 3mm tolerance.
Using a polymer-based render for block walling means that
you have no painting, no flaking, no bumps and lumps, just a
fine textured, breathable coloured surface that will
out perform any other render.
A garden for a town house in York, using slate paving and granite setts.
One of our favourites, in Thornton le Dale near Pickering
this garden sloped from left to right by 2 metres.
Do you have a small garden, I bet it’s not as small as this one.