We use a variety of hard materials to construct the permanent, structural elements of your garden - here are some examples.
Reclaimed railway sleepers make a low-key and economical retaining wall
Brick edging clearly defines different areas of the garden and makes it easy to mow up to and over the edge of the lawn.
A simple water feature brings the relaxing sound of running water into the garden
The mix of red, buff and black/blue colours in this brick patio creates a mottled pattern which is a far cry from the rather stark appearance of modern paving setts
Simple paving slabs and gravel form a cost-effective but practical and attractive seating area
A low brick and flint retaining wall is ideal for plants (in this case a purple-leaved sage) to flop over
Metal edging is best when a more-or-less invisible transition is required - and it can be bent into curves!