Tiny Walled Garden, SW18

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Previously, an unloved space, overshadowed by tall boundaries and overgrown vegetation, this tiny walled garden was in desperate need of a complete overhaul.

The client loves to cook and entertain friends, so a flexible, split level space was created. An 'L' shaped floating bench allows for informal relaxation on the upper deck, while a more spacious lower deck includes a built-in BBQ for cooking and dining. Two tones of decking were used to further define the different areas.

The decking also allowed us to raise the level of the lower garden, to create a level threshold and smoother/safer flow from indoors to outdoors. 

Lighting on circuits provides flexibility and changes in mood, depending on the occasion.

Landscape contractors: Tyser Allan

Before 1
Before 1

Before, view from house.

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Before 2
Before 2

Before, view from house

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View from house
View from house

View from house, with lower dining area and steps to upper entertainment area.

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View 1
View 1

Upper entertaining area with 'L' shaped floating bench.

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View 2
View 2

Two tones of decking for lower and upper areas.

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Night view 1
Night view 1

Night view, showing illuminated steps and floating bench.

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Night view 2
Night view 2

Night view, showing festoon lighting for a party atmosphere.

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