Small Town Gardens

Example 1 – Decking neatly conceals and improves access to tired paving while timber contains unruly borders.

Example 2 – Curvy lawn, raised bed and trellis divider transform the rectangular section of this garden giving all year around interest.

Example 3 – Curvy lawn widens long narrow garden and leads the eye to a cosy raised patio.

Example 4 – A long narrow garden is divided into a relaxing area where interlocking sections of paving edged with gravel lead to a raised deck which partially screens a growing and storage area.

Example 5 – Maximum interest in a small space with lawn and paved areas flanked by lush borders.

Example 6 – Maintenance is reduced by edging an existing lawn, creating a gravel planting border with water feature, while raised beds and a deck enhance the top section of the garden.

Example 7 – New patio is enlarged and linked to a covered area behind the garage with several access points to the upper garden that has a low maintenance lawn surrounded by woodland planting.

Example 8 – A simplified garden reduces maintenance providing a large patio area with two-tier pond, stepping stones cross the water to a curved path leading up the garden adjacent to a semi-circular lawn.

Example 9 – A curvy central lawn has stepping stones linking two patio areas to catch sun at different times of the day, attractive trellis panels for climbers provide shelter and screening.

Example 10 – Rectangular lawn is reshaped and reduced to increase paving and provide accessible pathways, brick edging to the lawn and patio accentuates the shape and reduces maintenance.

Example 11 – A decked seating area links seamlessly to paving and lawn to make the most of the space.

Example 12 – Making the best of a triangular plot that is softened and visually widened by curvy shapes.

Example 13 – A lovely raised lounging area leading directly onto the lawn.

Example 14 – A raised deck for seating, a small lawn for the children and easy to maintain raised beds.

Example 15 – Attractive stems for winter colour.

Example 16: Adapting existing landscaping to create a new raised seating area that makes the most of a previously dark unused corner of the garden with a small easy to maintain lawn.

Example 17: Square flat lawn takes new shape as the centre piece of a small garden with deep planting borders that accommodate a wide selection of ornamental and edible plants for rear around interest.