Stepped Garden

The Brief

The house is a contemporary new build with white rendered walls, cedar cladding and large patio doors in graphite grey. The garden design needed to tie in with the existing landscaping as well as the house to create cohesion and flow from inside to out. The garden is north facing with most of the sun in on the right-hand side throughout the day. The client wanted a high-end garden building and a decked seating area as well as somewhere to grow vegetables and herbs as part of a low maintenance planting scheme in blue and gold. As the garden sloped down we decided to create a stepped walkway flanked with timber raised beds which also serves to retain the lawn making a feature of the transition through the garden.

Stepped Garden Design Whitstable


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