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Does your garden need revamping, but you don't know where to start? Scroll through the images below and be inspired.

Paving with slate

Be creative with a paving area. This design incorporated a paving circle with plum slate segments

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest
  • Plum Slate
  • Paling fence panels with concrete posts

Townhouse garden

Utilise space in a small townhouse garden. Create privacy a space for relzing, and a fenced-off bin store - all part of this small garden!

What materials are used in this garden?

  • 20mm river gravel
  • Tongue and groove fencing and gate
  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone cobbles

Composite decking and steppingstones

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Ecoscape Clarity Autumn decking
  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Natural Paving Cobblestone Ebony
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Carbon Black
  • Pleached trees
  • Waterfall blade with LED strip
  • 20mm Cotswold gravel

Decking and seating area

Make the most of the sunny spot in your garden by building a dedicated space for relaxing.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Bespoke pergola
  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood decking
  • Softwood timber planters
  • K-Rend Silicone White seating with Forma Composite Panel Cladding Boards

Rendered planters

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • K-Rend Silicone White planters
  • Baksteen clay pavers Crimson
  • Horizontal fencing
  • Bespoke pergola

Resin driveway

A resin driveway is an attractive solution for your drive. Resin is far more appealing than tarmac and is much easier to keep looking clean. There are various colours and stone types to choose from.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Plaspave Sorrento Granite blocks
  • Daltex Silver resin
  • Horizontal feather edge fencing
  • Softwood sleeper retaining wall, vertically laid

Bespoke pergola and patio

Create a stylish pergola in your garden. This project used painted timber slats to create shading for a patio and seating area

In this garden we built a bespoke pergola using narrow slats to create shading whilst enjoying the outdoors. Paired with artificial grass and a sawn sandstone paving, this is an easy-to-maintain garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Bespoke Pergola with slats
  • Natural Paving Cragstone Lakeland walling
  • Natural Paving Cobblestone Ebony setts
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Platinum Flamed paving

Resin driveway with brick wall

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Red brick walling
  • Daltex Amber Gold resin
  • Cobble Setts, Graphite
  • Plaspave Sorrento Niddstone

Composite decking

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Ecoscape Clarity Charcoal decking
  • Natural Paving Cottagestone Lakeland walling
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest paving
  • Bespoke pergola
  • Trellis fencing

Composite decking with hardwood seat

Manufactured from 95% recycled material, composite decking is the environmentally friendly solution for any decked area. Due to the composite nature of the material it has much longer lifespan than any other product – our supplier offers a 20-year guarantee! It is also easy to maintain and has a non-slip surface which appeals to families with children and older ones alike.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Ecoscape Forma Argent decking
  • Bespoke hardwood seating
  • K-Rend Silicone White rendered seat

Hardwood decking steps

Unlike softwood decking, hardwoods such as Balau or Ipé have rich tones and coloured grain, adding sophistication to any decked area. Hardwood decks require oiling annually but will last much longer than a typical softwood decking due to the density of the hardwood.

Drystone walling is a traditional technique that brings a natural and traditional look to your garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Balau Hardwood decking
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Graphite
  • Drystone yorkshire stone walling

Yorkshire stone walling

Yorkshire stone walling

Using locally sourced Yorkshire stone is a beautiful way to create levels in your garden. Our team hand-picks each stone so that it will look stunning once constructed.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone walling
  • Square Trellis panels
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Promenade

Softwood sleeper planters

Raised beds or planters are an attractive and practical way to present plants in your garden. Having planters also make it easier to care for plants and vegetables by reducing the amount of strain on your back and knees. Planters can be built using softwood, oak, reclaimed railway sleepers and render.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Square Trellis

Sawn Indian Sandstone Paving

Sawn sandstone paving creates a contemporary and sophisticated look in your garden. Several colours and variations are available. Use artificial grass as a feature to break up a large patio area.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Platinum Flamed
  • Horizontal fencing painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate

Artificial grass

Artificial grass is the best solution for a low-maintenance garden. This is perfect if you have children or pets that would normally destroy a natural lawn. Various blade lengths and qualities available.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Natural Paving Classicstone "Harvest"
  • Cobbles/Setts, Natural Paving Cobblestone "Calico"
  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone walling
  • New sawn sandstone copings

Resin driveway

A resin driveway is an attractive solution for your drive. Resin is far more appealing than tarmac and is much easier to keep looking clean. There are various colours and stone types to choose from.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Resin gravel, Daltex Brittany Bronze
  • Block paving, Plaspave Sorrento Arissa

Natural lawn turf

Natural turf is the original garden surface, providing a great space for children and family to enjoy throughout the warmer months

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Natural Paving Cottagestone Walling, Lakeland
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest

Gravel and stepping stones

Gravel is a practical solution for any pathway. It allows water drainage and adds texture to a garden. Using sandstone steppingstones is a good way to allow quiet walking through your garden (no crunching!).

What materials are used in this garden?

  • 10mm River gravel
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Marshalls Sawn Versuro Autumn Bronze steppingstones

Water feature and pagoda

Create a stand-out area in your garden with a bespoke water feature to enjoy the sound of running water as you relax under the Japanese-inspired pagoda, hand-built by the FirstLight team.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Bespoke water feature
  • Natural Paving Cottagestone Golden Fossil walling
  • Nautral Paving Fossetone Ebony
  • Natural Paving Fossestone Birch
  • Bespoke fan-shaped pagoda

Horizontal timber fencing

Create a solid and private boundary fence using horizontal fencing. This fence is stepped to match the level of the ground, so it never becomes too imposing.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Horizontal timber fencing

Modern steps and paving

Indian sandstone is a beautiful natural stone, full of character. Due to its riven surface indian sandstone is very practical and extremely durable. When combined with white rendered this create a modern and Meditteranean feel to your garden

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • K-Rend Silicone White render
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Promenade

Glass Balustrade

If you want uninterrupted views from your patio, a frameless glass balustrade is the solution for you. The reinforced glass is secured at the base of the balustrade so you can feel safe but also enjoy the scenery without distrubance.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Frameless Glass Balustrade
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Ivory

Gazebo with artificial grass

A gazebo offers shelter from the rain and the sun, providing an open space to relax in your garden. A gazebo can be purchased as a kit or can be made bespoke for your garden by one of our team. Various shapes and styles are available. Artificial grass is the best solution for a low-maintenance garden. This is perfect if you have children or pets that would normally destroy a natural lawn. Various blade lengths and qualities available.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Bespoke Gazebo
  • Natural Paving Cobblestone Calico
  • Plum Slate

Raised softwood decking

Rather than chop down a beautiful old tree, why not incorporate it into your garden design? In this example we built a raised decking area around the existing tree. This makes the tree a beuatiful natural feature of the garden

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Softwood decking
  • Wire balustrade

Porcelain paving

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Vitripiazza Seramare porcelain paving
  • Outdoor Kitchen
  • Bespoke Pergola painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate

Rendered planters

Raised beds or planters are an attractive and practical way to present plants in your garden. Having planters also make it easier to care for plants and vegetables by reducing the amount of strain on your back and knees. K-Rend is available in many colours and finishes.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • K-Rend Silicone White planters
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest
  • Marshalls Drivesett Argent Dark
  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone walling and paving
  • Horizontal slatted fencing

Small, modern garden

Artificial grass is the best solution for a low-maintenance garden. This is perfect if you have children or pets that would normally destroy a natural lawn. Various blade lengths and qualities available. To create a Meditteranean feel use K-Rend alson cotswold gravel

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Graphite
  • 20mm Cotswold gravel
  • K-Rend Silicone White rendered planters

Contemporary garden

Creating curves in your garden breaks up the regimented shapes using found within a garden. Vertically laid sleepers allow curved planters to be possible.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters, laid vertically
  • Horizontal slatted fencing
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Ivory

Garden lighting

Having built-in lighting makes your garden look its best day and night. Creative lighting can bring the garden to life as you spend the summer evening relaxing outside.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Spotlights
  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters, laid vertically
  • Horizontal slatted fencing
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Ivory

Indian Sandstone Paving

Indian sandstone is a beautiful natural stone, full of character. Due to its riven surface indian sandstone is very practical and extremely durable.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Lakeland
  • Natural Paving Fossestone Orchard
  • Natural Paving Cottagestone Lakeland walling

Secluded seating area

Create a private and secluded seating area in your garden by using Horizontal slatted fencing and paving to catch every last ray of sunlight.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Carbon Black Limestone
  • Horizontal slatted pine fencing
  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone steps and planter

Resin driveway

A resin driveway is an attractive solution for your drive. Resin is far more appealing than tarmac and is much easier to keep looking clean. There are various colours and stone types to choose from.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Resin-bound aggregate from Daltex Amber Gold
  • Block paving, Plaspave Sorrento Granite
  • Bespoke Western Red Cedar hardwood gate

Gravel driveway

Gravel driveway

Gravel is a practical solution for your driveway. Many gravel driveways lose their gravel over time, and become bare, however FirstLight Landscaping use StablePave gravel grids - a honeycomb-like structure used to hold the gravel in place.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • 20mm Golden Gravel
  • StablePave gravel grid
  • Yorkshire stone cobbles
  • Horizontal larch fencing

Low maintenance garden

Combine artificial grass, sawn sandstone paving and bespoke seating for a contemporary style even in a smaller garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Bespoke Balau Hardwood table
  • Western Red Cedar Horizontal slatted fencing
  • Bespoke Garden Building painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Platinum Flamed

Painted Pergola

Create a stylish pergola in your garden. This project used painted timber slats to create shading for a garden-based beauty salon.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Bespoke Pergola painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate
  • Highlighted timber slats painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Woodland Mink
  • Victorian floor tiles

Block paved driveway

Block paving, when laid by experts, is a driveway solution that can last for years. When installing block paving, a concrete course of block is laid around the perimeter of the drive to preserve the integrity of the driveway. Horizontal slatted fencing was used to create privacy around this compact driveway.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Block paving, Plaspave Sorrento Granite
  • Horizontal slatted fencing
  • Red brick walling
  • Reclaimed Yorshire stone headers

Waterfall blade with LED lighting

Having built-in lighting makes your garden look its best day and night. Creative lighting can bring the garden to life as you spend the summer evening relaxing outside. A LED waterfall blade is an eye-catching feature to include in your garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Cor-Ten Steel Rill
  • Waterfall blade with LED strip lighting
  • Gabions walls
  • Sawn sandstone copings
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Golden Fossil

Composite decking

Manufactured from 95% recycled material, composite decking is the environmentally friendly solution for any decked area. Due to the composite nature of the material it has much longer lifespan than any other product – our supplier offers a 20-year guarantee! It is also easy to maintain and has a non-slip surface which appeals to families with children and older ones alike.

Installing composite decking at the same level as your french doors is a great way to experience your decking as an extension of your home.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Composite decking, Ecoscape Forma Silver Birch

Courtyard garden

Indian sandstone is a beautiful natural stone, full of character. Due to its riven surface Indian sandstone is very practical and extremely durable. Paired with artificial grass and horizontal slatted screening, this create a tranquil and modern garden space

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Heather
  • Horizontal Slatted fencing

Softwood raised planters

Raised beds or planters are an attractive and practical way to present plants in your garden. Having planters also make it easier to care for plants and vegetables by reducing the amount of strain on your back and knees. Planters can be built using softwood, oak, reclaimed railway sleepers and render.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Lindum turf
  • Softwood raised planters
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Carbon Black Limestone

Indian paving with brick inlay

Diversify a patio area by adding complimentary sections are red brick. This gives your patio a country garden feel and creates interest in a paving area.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Red brick square inlays and edging using York Handmade Brick Thackleby Blend
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Heather

Hardwood decking with glass balustrade

Unlike softwood decking, hardwoods such as Balau or Ipé have rich tones and coloured grain, adding sophistication to any decked area. Hardwood decks require oiling annually but will last much longer than a typical softwood decking due to the density of the hardwood.

A glass balustrade is a practical safety feature that doesn’t compromise the view from your decking or patio area.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Hardwood Decking Balau
  • Glass Balustrade
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest

Block paved garden

Block paving, when laid by experts, is a garden solution that can last for years. When installing block paving, a concrete course of block is laid around the perimeter of the drive to preserve the integrity of the block paving. Various colours and styles of block paving are available.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Block paving, Plaspave Sorrento Carrara
  • Nautral Paving Classicstone Graphite

45° Offset Paving

Create a feature in your patio by offsetting an area by 45°. This can be edged by setts, cobbles or clay pavers to add interest to a large open patio.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Red brick planters
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Baksteen Clay Pavers Silver Birch
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Cornsilk paving

Sawn Sandstone Paving

Sawn sandstone paving creates a contemporary and sophisticated look in your garden. Several colours and variations are available.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Natural Paving Premiastone Ivory
  • Lindum turf
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Built-in Lighting
  • Fencing painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate

Softwood Sleeper Planters

Raised beds or planters are an attractive and practical way to present plants in your garden. Having planters also make it easier to care for plants and vegetables by reducing the amount of strain on your back and knees. Planters can be built using softwood, oak, reclaimed railway sleepers and render.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Softwood sleeper planters
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest

Garden Lighting

Having built-in lighting makes your garden look its best day and night. Creative lighting can bring the garden to life as you spend the summer evening relaxing outside.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • LED lighting fitted under copings
  • Spotlights spaced along rear wall
  • Recessed step lights fitted to side of steps
  • Vitripiazza porcelain paving
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Lakeland
  • Natural Paving Cottagestone Lakeland walling

Feature front garden

Many people have a front garden that is rarely used for relaxing, but why not consider making your front garden a feature! This example uses a tree as the focal point of the garden and uses a combination of paving, slate and steel edging to create an eye-catching garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Cor-Ten Steel EverEdge edging
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Copper Slate
  • Cobblestone Ebony setts
  • Plum slate
  • Softwood sleeper planters

Composite Decking

Manufactured from 95% recycled material, composite decking is the environmentally friendly solution for any decked area. Due to the composite nature of the material it has much longer lifespan than any other product – our supplier offers a 20-year guarantee! It is also easy to maintain and has a non-slip surface which appeals to families with children and older ones alike.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Composite Decking, Forma Silver Birch

Composite Decking

Manufactured from 95% recycled material, composite decking is the environmentally friendly solution for any decked area. Due to the composite nature of the material it has much longer lifespan than any other product – our supplier offers a 20-year guarantee! It is also easy to maintain and has a non-slip surface which appeals to families with children and older ones alike.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Composite Decking, Silver Birch Forma Range

Porcelain Paving

Porcelain is the premium paving solution. Porcelain is extremely durable and is water-resistant unlike most sandstone paving products, so it will not be damaged by gradual water ingress. Porcelain has a non-slip surface and makes any patio a usable space year-round.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Horizontal Slatted Pine fencing
  • Bradestone Mode Profiled porcelain paving
  • Artificial Grass
  • Softwood sleeper retaining walls and steps

Garden Room

A stylish garden room can make your garden useable year-round. This is the perfect space for hosting a garden party and for keeping warm with a glass of mulled wine in during the winter months.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artifical Grass
  • Softwood Sleeper Planters
  • Cobblestone Ebony setts
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Ivory

Circular paving area

Circular and curved paving areas create a more organic appearance to a paving area. Gardens with straight lines, may look rigid and static, but a curving line adds interest to a garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Vitripiazza Modello porcelain paving
  • Block Paving, Plaspave Sorrento Arissa

Block paved driveway

Block paving, when laid by experts, is a driveway solution that can last for years. When installing block paving, a concrete course of block is laid around the perimeter of the drive to preserve the integrity of the driveway.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Block paving, Plaspave Sorrento Granite
  • Red brick walling
  • Plum Slate
  • Lindum turf

Gazebo

A gazebo offers shelter from the rain and the sun, providing an open space to relax in your garden. A gazebo can be purchased as a kit or can be made bespoke for your garden by one of our team. Various shapes and styles are available.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Gazebo
  • Ecoscape Clarity Charcoal Composite Decking
  • Vertical sleeper retaining wall
  • Spotlights

"Floating" Seat

A "floating" seat adds an eye-catching, contemporary feature to any garden. These are always constructed bespoke by our team, and can be made to fit a wide variety of shapes and sizes.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Western red cedar floating seat
  • K-Rend Silicone White rendered planters
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Carbon Black Limestone

Porcelain steppingstones

Porcelain is the premium paving solution. Porcelain is extremely durable and is water-resistant unlike most sandstone paving products, so it will not be damaged by gradual water ingress. Porcelain has a non-slip surface and makes any patio a usable space year-round.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Vitripiazza Traverta Porcelain Paving
  • 10mm Yorkshire Cream gravel
  • Horizontal pine fencing

Gabion Walls

Gabions are steel cages that are filled with stone using a similar technique to drystone walling. They are a great way to transform a retaining wall into a unique feature of your garden. Gabions are available in a large variety of sizes to suit any garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Gabion Baskets filled with reclaimed Yorkshire stone
  • Cor-Ten Steel Rill
  • Sawn Sandstone Copings
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest

Pizza Oven

Have you always dreamed of being able to make authentic pizza for your guests at home? Well, it’s possible! All our pizza ovens are bespoke and can include multiple in-built storage areas for keeping your kitchen utensils. Specialist fire-bricks are used to ensure maximum heat retention and the crispiest pizzas.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Brick Pizza Oven
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Harvest
  • Softwood Sleeper retaining wall
  • Square panel Trellis

Feather Edge Fencing

This is the classic fencing style. Each board slightly overlaps the next, creating a layered effected which ensures total privacy in your garden. This style is constructed as a single structure, not consisting of panels which means no posts are visible. As an optional extra, capping can be fixed to the top of the fencing for a uniform finish.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Feather edge fencing with capping
  • Block driveway edging, Plaspave Sorrento Arissa
  • Resin gravel, Daltex Brittany Bronze

Composite Decking

Manufactured from 95% recycled material, composite decking is the environmentally friendly solution for any decked area. Due to the composite nature of the material it has much longer lifespan than any other product – our supplier offers a 20-year guarantee! It is also easy to maintain and has a non-slip surface which appeals to families with children and older ones alike.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Ecoscape Clarity Charcoal composite decking

Brick Walling

Hundreds of colours and styles are available of this timeless classic – the red brick. Using brick can make your garden feel like a 19th century walled garden yet can also work perfectly in a contemporary urban garden.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Red brick walling
  • Lindum turf
  • Cobblestone Ebony setts edging the lawn
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Cornsilk
  • Western Red Cedar Horizontal Slatted Fencing

Reclaimed Railway Sleepers

As the railway networks have replaced sleepers with concrete, millions of reclaimed sleepers have become available. Understandably these sleepers are extremely hardy and give a rustic look perfect for any cottage garden. These are usually used when constructing retaining walls and raised planters or vegetable patches.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • 10mm Yorkshire Cream Gravel
  • Reclaimed Railway Sleeper walls and steps
  • EverEdge, Steel edging

Charred Timber Cladding (Shou Sugi Ban)

Shou Sugi Ban is a Japanese technique involving charring timber until blackened. This produces a striking cracked effect to the surface of the wood. This technique is performed on untreated timber, yet the charring process is a natural wood-treatment and prevents rotting of the wood.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Charred Timber Cladding
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Graphite
  • Lindum turf
  • Fencing attached with bolt-down supports

Hardwood Decking

Unlike softwood decking, hardwoods such as Balau or Ipé have rich tones and coloured grain, adding sophistication to any decked area. Hardwood decks require oiling annually but will last much longer than a typical softwood decking due to the density of the hardwood.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Balau Hardwood Decking
  • Glass Balustrade
  • Balau Hardwood newel posts

Sleeper Retaining Walls

Using sleepers to retain a sloped garden is a visually gentle solution for retaining a garden. Sleeper walls are concreted at their base and supported by posts buried and concreted in place to ensure stability. Sleeper walls are always lined with a damp-proof membrane to reduce any effects water damage.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Softwood sleeper retaining walls
  • Natural Paving Classicstone Graphite
  • Reclaimed Yorkshire stone random-coursed walling

Western Red Cedar Horizontal Slatted Fencing

This style of fencing a beautiful way to provide elegant privacy in a garden. Both softwood and hardwood slatted fencing can superbly isolate an area of your garden. The narrow timbers are secured at regular intervals to ensure longevity.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Western Red Cedar Horizontal Slatted Cladding
  • Natural Paving Premiastone Cornsilk
  • Red brick walling

Outdoor Kitchen

An outdoor kitchen is a great place to entertain during the warmer months of the years. Having a wooden pergola built over the kitchen also means that you can ensure tasty cooking outside during the summers months even if the weather does suddenly make a turn for the worst!

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Bespoke Pergola
  • Marshalls Stoneface® Drystack Veneer Walling "Slate Verte" on kitchen area
  • Vitripiazza Seramare porcelain paving
  • Softwood Decking

Painted Horizontal Slatted Fencing

This style of fencing a beautiful way to provide elegant privacy in a garden. Both softwood and hardwood slatted fencing can superbly isolate an area of your garden. The narrow timbers are secured at regular intervals to ensure longevity.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Horizontal Slatted Cladding painted with Cuprinol Garden Shades Urban Slate
  • Softwood Sleeper retaining walls
  • Lindum turf

Horizontal Pine Fencing

This modern style of fencing creates privacy whilst letting wind pass through the fence and allowing light to enter the garden. It can also be used a cladding option.

What materials are used in this garden?

  • Artificial Grass
  • Horizontal Pine Fencing
  • Baksteen Clay Pavers Crimson
  • Softwood retaining walls
  • K-Rend Silicone White rendered planters
  • Bespoke Pergola