A recent project completed by Beechwood Landscapes showing how a small garden in Donnybrook was transformed into a pleasant outdoor living space. The client added a new pivot door to the back of the house extending the living space out into the garden. The same Porcelain tiles were used for both inside and out to help connect the house and garden.
New patio laid using a combination of black Limestone and Porcelain tiles. Artificial lawn laid over old concrete base. Minimal planting of Bamboo at end of garden. New timber cladding added to top of wall on one side to add some privacy.
A family garden in Cabinteely. The clients had recently completed a renovation of their home which resulted in a smaller garden. The garden was on a strong slope running down to the back of the garden. The brief was to add a seating area for entertaining and a small lawn area for the young children to play on. A new large timber shed was also required for storage.
New patio laid using Kota brown Limestone, extending out from the house. A retaining wall and small set of steps provides access to lawn area. The exposed block walls were covered with weather board cladding to add some privacy. Planting included two silver birch trees at the back of the garden. Pathway along a new flower bed provides access to the new timber shed
The clients requirments for this garden reflected their changing needs as a family. More space was required for entertaining while also leaving sufficient space for planting and trees. A new granite patio was laid at the back and side of house with the addition of a built in seating area providing a separate area for relaxing. A new garden shed was relocated in the corner of the garden with access via a stepping stone path. The finished look gives a cleaner more open feel to the garden.