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A closer look at Our Projects
Quality is important to us at Landform Landscaping. Below is a selection of projects we’ve designed and built recently. The aim is to give you the viewer an indication of the types of work we undertake.
We’re always ready for new challenges so if there’s something you have in mind but aren’t sure if we can do it please get in touch, we’re happy to help.
It’s all about the
Curves And it’s all about making good use of what’s available. This small front garden was soulless and unloved. Simple materials and a single feature give meaning to the space.
On your home, with just a little thought your garden can compliment your home, it doesn’t need to cost the Earth. The materials used can make or break your design, experience tells us that bringing the colours and textures from the building fabric usually leads to a pleasing result.
And rendered planters give this garden a very clean look. Galvanized steel edging separates the planting areas from the walkways. Very durable construction and really easy to care for.
Keep it simple
With clean lines. A low maintenance garden that’s easy on the eye isn’t easy to pull off with a small budget but we try!
A quiet corner…
Terraced and retained on multiple levels this Brampton garden captures the essence of an English cottage garden without the maintenance. Raised beds run the full length of the garden making care that bit easier.
Give yourself a
Little treat. This screened seating area is the perfect place to unwind after a busy day or a lovely place to sit with a cuppa and a book after a hard days pottering.
Modern materials can work beautifully in a semi-rural garden. This polished concrete patio and cantilevered hardwood bench we built in Houghton gives a delightful seating area on which to relax.
Expand your living
Space with a fantastic Composite deck. Flush with the interior of your property a composite deck links your home with the exterior space and perfectly.
Trends change and technology moves forward. Porcelain paving is increasingly popular owing to it’s more affordable price and fabulous range of shades, styles and finishes. This garden on Sewel lane in Carlisle was steeply sloping with very limited space for seating entertaining or playing. We installed a heavy retaining wall finished in a monocouche render and laid a ultraclean porcelain patio. The upper area was levelled and turfed to give the kids somewhere to play. We think it looks pretty cool.
Steps and porcelain paving
Space is at a premium on many new-builds. In this Carlisle garden the developers left a tiny patio and a completely unusable slope. We placed an architectural concrete wall and broad steps from a contemporary porcelain patio giving the area a much better flow.