This garden had an uninspiring concrete driveway and lacked a path between the drive and the front door.
The client wanted a more attractive driveway to accommodate two cars side-by-side and a path to the front door. In addition, the large lawn area needed reducing in size, with planting to soften the front of the house.
The drive was widened and laid with rustic, concrete pavers. A railway sleeper stepping stone path was provided to the front door. The front border was reshaped around existing trees and bark mulch was used to stifle weeds. It was planted with a variety of shrubs and perennials to provide all year round interest.