Minimal Garden with pool

PROJECT INFO: Period house

LOCATION :  Whaddon, Buckinghamshire

 

The clients required a new garden in a minimal style that incorporated water. A level change over the site was resolved by terracing the garden into three zones.

 

A pool was placed centrally, raised beds on the boundary line add interest. All the walling within the garden was faced with slate, giving the garden texture, it contrasts beautifully with the paler greys of the granite and gravel.

 

Planting of box balls and bamboo with ferns creates a contemporary look. The main entrance and smaller side garden of the site were also redesigned.

Walling faced with slate.  Pool stone walling box balls. Mark Langford Garden Design Buckinghamshire
Pool and box balls
Pool and box balls
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Steps
Steps
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Main terrace
Main terrace
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Bamboo and box
Bamboo and box
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Sawn paving combined with gravel
Sawn paving combined with gravel
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Raised beds faced with slate
Raised beds faced with slate
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Grey stone and gravel
Grey stone and gravel
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Steps to front door
Steps to front door
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Hardwood deck and planters
Hardwood deck and planters
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Pool wall faced with slate
Pool wall faced with slate
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Paving, walling and gravel all tone
Paving, walling and gravel all tone
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Garden terraces
Garden terraces
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The garden before
The garden before
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