• New Terrace

    A formal design within the grounds of a grade 2 listed building The name of the paving used is Parish. This particular style of slab is in an antique style finish meaning they have been through a process known as “tumbling” which gives the paving a more smooth riven finish. Within the Parish range, you will get a mixture […]

  • Front of property re-design, St Neots

    A re-design to the front of a property for a client in St Neots. The design was to include new pathways, gates and planting areas. Paving used was Bianco Cream Indian sandstone, and the sets used to frame the beds and paving is Black Limestone. Now completed, you really can see how just a little planting makes all the difference.

  • Garden re-design – Abbotsley

    A total garden renovation with bespoke water feature. The paving and the setts used to edge the lawn is Bianco Cream Indian sandstone. We went with a dark gravel Black limestone chippings in the drainage gully’s and planting areas, and black slate split-face tiles for the water feature as this is a nice contrast to the stone. Western Red […]

  • Out Door Kitchen, St Neots

    A delightful sheltered entertainment area, complete with wood-fired pizza oven and gas BBQ that is plumbed in to the mains gas supply, eliminating those inconvenient runs to the garage. The paving used was Bianco cream with the same stone cut into planks and used to clad. For the work top we used a textured granite called Ebano as a nice […]

  • Turning circle

    Cotswold Walling Turning Circle Cotswold limestone walling was used to create a teardrop shaped turning circle at the front of the clients property. And retaining walls adjacent to the driveway itself. it was then filled with different grades of soil and a specimen tree planted at the turning circles largest end. The turning circle was then turfed […]