This small West London garden needed transforming following a complete house refurbishment. The key aims were to make the boundaries more attractive and plant the garden in a way that formed two distinct areas. This being a bachelor pad we wanted to use a very simple pallet of reds, blacks, and lime greens. We re-fenced the space with western red cedar and used cloud pruned Photinia underplanted with Luzula sylvatica to create a room divider between the two areas of the garden. The rear section is enclosed with architectural black bamboo and the front with lime green and red foliage plants. The result is a very simple, low maintenance space with arresting colour combinations.
Thanks to Peter Bell Architects Ltd for these pictures.