Entries by CreativeInfluence

Garden Landscaping in Biddulph, Staffordshire

The client’s garden was starting to look a little bit untidy but didn’t want a full refurb. So we suggested retaining the borders with sleepers and also incorporating some steps into this, replacing the old paving with new Indian stone.

Garden Transformation in Kidsgrove, Staffordshire

The client who recently moved into the property and inherited a very untidy garden, with a difficult slope to deal with. They wanted room for a summer house, room for some raised vegetable beds and a patio.

Garden Design and Construction in Congleton, Cheshire

The client recently moved into a new build property which didn’t have much usable garden space or planting areas. So, he asked me to design them a usable garden. I did this by giving them a large patio with an additional deck area to capture the evening sun. I installed a backdrop of a large planted border to break up the tall fence.

Pond Installation in Packmoor, Staffordshire

The client’s pond was looking dirty and needed general refurbishment. I suggested we accomplish this with a new liner edged in sandstone. I built them a waterfall system and fitted it out with a new pump and filter, and an additional UV to keep the water crystal clear in sunny spots. 

Garden Transformation in Congleton, Cheshire

The client desperately needed to make a nice garden suitable for all the family. They asked me to design them one with two key features: firstly, an area for the children, somewhere for their trampoline; secondly, an area big enough for entertaining and room for them in the future to have an outside bar.

Border Planting in Alsager, Cheshire

The client, whom I have done work for in the past, got in touch to see if I could improve the look of the garden that came with the new build property they recently moved into. As with all new builds, their garden didn’t come with anything other than the grass. So I created a nice flowing border, edged with metal lawn edging. It was planted with mostly evergreen shrubs, mirrored on both sides, and topped with blue slate chippings for easy maintenance and a modern look.

Garden Design in Biddulph, Staffordshire

The client although have a very well kept garden wanted a change and an improvement of what they had. So they asked me to design them a new garden and also include redoing the the front drive and make it slightly bigger. So I came up with design. So with some minor adjustments a budget was agreed and work commenced.

Patio Extension in Biddulph, Staffordshire

The client wanted a small extension to her patio, just enough room for a couple of seats, somewhere that would catch the evening sun, but also wanted the ugly gravel boards to be covered up. This we did with a small sleeper retainer, the perfect back drop to a new patio done with large grey Indian stone edged with charcoal block pavers and finished with resin joint filler for a contemporary look.