A client in Lyme had acquired a small ‘L-shaped’ slice of land behind their current garden. But it was such an odd-shaped space that they didn’t know what to do with it.
So they asked me to come up with a design that would give them an attractive seating and dining area, and planting that would cope with the semi-shaded, dry conditions.
This section finished:
What it looked like before:
Perspective drawing of proposed patio area
After work is complete:
And what it looked like before….
The hard landscaping and fencing was constructed by the lovely boys at Seaton-based Cornell Construction, and plants supplied by Rainbow Plants.