The garden was originally a flat rough lawn. Three weeks later there is a patio facing the sun and newly sown lawn edged with herbaceous cottage garden plants.
This is the start of a project to break up rough concrete and improve drainage in a narrow space between the house, garage and boundary fence. Watch this space as the work progresses.
We’ve been travelling around a lot recently. The last job was making a palace for guinea pigs in Kent. This one is a slate-roofed barn in a garden in Buckinghamshire. Designed in consultation with the client and built from scratch. As usual assisted by Milo. Wood was sourced from our experts at http://www.linnellbros.co.uk in Silverstone.
Last week’s commission was a bit unusual. The shed needed to be small enough to fit an angled space in a small garden but also deep enough to contain a guinea pig hutch with wide-swinging doors. An extra design consideration was opening lights to give ventilation for the small furry animals. We think the piggies were pleased with the result.