Part 2 of how interior design tricks can help you plan and design your garden using lighting, planting, colour and drawing the eye.
Here are some tips on how to approach your garden, using some of the interior design tricks you may well be familiar with.
Are you having an extension to your property, big renovation or even building a house? Will the works destroy whatever garden you have or change the layout so it requires to be re-designed?
Lighting a garden properly can be deceptively tricky to do. If you go overboard, your space can look garish and tacky, but if there’s not enough light, it will lack ambiance. I’ve shared five tips to help you nail your outdoor lighting, in our latest blog so you can enjoy your garden after dark through this winter and beyond
There’s good news, for all of you with kids; having children doesn’t mean you have to have a garden wasteland full of plastic toys! Here are 5 Tips to consider when planning your families child-friendly garden.
I’d been racking my brains to think of a garden to visit in Winter as most are all about impressive herbaceous borders of colour. Cambridge Botanic Gardens has a Winter Garden that’s quite famous in horticultural circles.