Really Nice Gardens: Chelsea Courtyard

Chelsea Courtyard

We worked with architects Mackenzie and Temple to complete this compact courtyard garden in central Chelsea.  Previously a dark, dank outside space it was important to maximise the light coming into what would become a little oasis for this large family home. Pale Limestone paving, mirrors and a subdued palette of colours are used to […]

Tonsley

This tiny space had a lot to live up to. Being part of a fantastically styled renovation of a period property which included a huge crittall garden doors from an open plan kitchen, this garden had to have year round appeal. With husband and wife having quite different briefs we had to find a way to combine all the elements into a micro garden without over complicating the space and staying true to the overall style of their home.

Clapham Fireside

This postage stamp courtyard garden was dark, unused and a little bit sad. The clients wanted a multi-functional space that maintained a pleasant view from the kitchen throughout the year. A garden that could be used both day and night for down time and entertaining and included plenty of storage and greenery…so not much then. We are […]

Really Nice Gardens: Parsons Green

Parsons Green

This tiny, sun soaked roof terrace needed completely refurbishing to transform it into an attractive and useable space. Aesthetically it was very tatty and drainage issues were resulting in it becoming a giant puddle in wet weather. The clients wanted to be able to take advantage of this private, albeit small, outside space and use […]