This was a very large project undertaken as two separate jobs. The client wanted the front garden to provide a fitting entrance to their traditional town house. Formal planting areas were created in and around the gravel pathways, each lined by cobble stones. Uniform planting heightened by structual bays was used to create a more formal garden. A new sandstone path provides the main entrance into the garden and leads you to the fron of the property. Further depth was added in planting a larger bay in the central area of sandstone- drawing the eye along the garden. At the rear of the property the garden was almost split into two main areas; one planting/ allotment area and one paved sun decked area. Rectangular pavers add a contemporary touch which is enhanced by the spherical and cylindrical planting used. A dark modern fence was used to separate the two sections of garden providing both privacy and a clean border. Planters were built using traditional railway sleepers and reclaimed bricks from the original property given an authentic feel. Brick edged gravel pathways lead from one planter to another so the client could access all areas of the garden.