Family Garden

Family Garden

Despite the desire for a new garden, the client wanted to design around their beloved apple tree. The design would link their existing garden to a recently acquired bottom area. This will make the garden an ‘L’ shape. the client also desired a terrace connected to the bi-folds in the kitchen area. What’s more, the client wished to have an area for growing herbs, a path that would enable access through the garden and a terrace further down. This could provide an additional use for an access car, or potentially be used as a play area for the children.

Planting


The client envisioned some trees and herbs, as well as a profusion of colour. This included a range of pastels, a lavender hedge, and even a beautiful wildflower meadow garden. This is is something we were sure to implement during the planning and development stages.

Design


Connecting the two areas to create an L shape was no trouble. We added a large pergola to bring the two areas of the garden together. This helped section off each area to demonstrate different personalities while still maintaining consistency throughout the garden.

See what some of our clients have to say about us!

From our very first contact to the moment our garden was finished we have been delighted with the work. We felt that they really wanted us to enjoy our garden and were excited by the project which gave us great confidence and belief. Our garden is now an extension of our living room and looks so much better than we could have ever anticipated.
I had engaged Taylor Barnes to design and build our garden at home in the UK. They took our brief, but rather than slavishly follow it, they emboldened and embellished it with their own ideas which complemented our initial thoughts. The result has been a fantastic garden that has given us 8 years of pleasure.
Having decided to create a special look to a farm courtyard I employed the services of Taylor Barnes. From the beginning the venture was exciting, and they were enthusiastic and creative. The design drawn was amazing and when it came to fruition I was more than pleased, it was every bit perfect.
After meeting with several garden designers we decided to choose Taylor Barnes because of their combination of design and building skills. Paul and his team were very pleasant to have around the house and were able to include last minute changes as the new garden evolved. We were so pleased with the outcome that we asked them to landscape our front garden last year as well. 

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Family Garden

Despite the desire for a new garden, the client wanted to design around their beloved apple tree. The design would link their existing garden to a recently acquired bottom area.

Farm Courtyard

We converted this farmhouse courtyard to compliment the two single-story Cheshire-brick farm buildings that were facing one another.

Grade 2 Listed Building

This is a grade 2 listed property and building and large garden of some historical significance. The head of the arts and crafts movement designed and built this property in 1903. A large drive was requested, as well as a path to lead around the various garden areas, with an existing brick-built curving pergola and

Courtyard Garden

Our client sought a courtyard garden with strong influential elements of a Mediterranean outdoor setting. This would be complemented by a contemporary water feature that inhabits fish. This garden would provide the client with a stunning outdoor space that can be enjoyed throughout the year.

Front Drive and Garden

For this project, we were working with a large family that owned multiple cars. As a result, the client approached us with the intention of building a drive in front of the house that would provide a parking space for each car. However, the client still wanted the drive to resemble a garden. It should

Contemporary Gravel Garden

This client sought a contemporary gravel garden that would stand out from the rest. However, despite wanting to create such a visually stunning space, the garden must be designed in a way that would be easy to maintain. This would mean limiting the number of plants and focusing more on contemporary pieces such as a

Canal Side Garden

This garden project involved creating a space that would serve multiple purposes that benefit the family and the view behind the property.

Country Garden

Our client was looking to create a country-style garden that would compliment the pre-existing cottage. Behind the cottage lies two acres of land that would need to be developed to bring the home and garden together. This entire look would be achieved by bringing in a variety of natural materials, creating a homely, welcoming country-style