Why consider garden design?
Gardens and garden design have been described as “the ultimate luxury, requiring space”. All our available space is reducing so it is to be maximised not wasted.
What is the benefit of a garden or landscape?
A garden or landscape is a place to withdraw and reflect, containing the elements of life and providing opportunities to cultivate thoughts and emotions. Whether for relaxation, solitude or entertainment gardens and landscapes offer unique potential.
What might prompt getting a designed garden?
Planning for a specific date; anniversary, birthday, wedding, graduation, in fact any party event. These and more are good reasons to reconsider your garden, be it planting or a complete redesign. School holidays can be used as targets, to enable maximum use to be had for children and adults wishing to entertain.
What is a garden design and landscape design to crowe garden design?
Garden designers can express and be creative using a multitude of materials, skills and inspiration. Simplicity and practicality are paramount.
Landscape design embraces garden design, it can be regarded as similar and many might say relates to larger scale projects, although not necessarily the case.
What is planting design to crowe garden design?
You can have a garden without any plants, but it is nicer to have some, be bold and create impact, keep it simple.
Can we just get planting design?
Planting Design is popular for those happy with their garden but requiring that ‘newly decorated’ feel. Restoring an established garden might require only a planting design. A planting design is likely to cost less than a full garden design.
Why should I use a garden designer?
Garden designers can save time, money and effort, ensuring that the right elements are in the right place, they are conduits to a world of ‘can do’.
What is the benefit of a designed garden?
A professionally designed garden can add value to your home possibly in the region of 15%. A garden designed and built will add a unique selling point when considering the option to sell and move home. In the meantime the benefits to quality of life will have been enjoyed.
What does garden design involve?
Garden design includes the disciplines of design, horticulture, construction and environmental awareness to name a few.
Does the size of garden or landscape matter?
Whether designing a contemporary garden, modern garden, urban courtyard, town garden, balcony terrace, roof garden, front garden, chic garden, traditional garden or classic country garden the design processes follow the same principle. (Other garden styles are available!)
Why should we get the garden designed before the kitchen and bathroom?
Simple, after resolving the garden whilst you are busy focusing on the kitchen and bathroom dealing with a multitude of issues you can use the garden to relax and unwind. It will also develop whilst you have focus elsewhere. It is likely also that it will not result in the old enamel bath ending up in the new garden!