A barn conversion in the beautiful rolling Wiltshire landscape.
A small courtyard garden surrounded on 3 sides by buildings, overlooking a field at the end of the house.
An undeveloped blank canvas, turned into a beautiful relaxed space full of interesting curves and bespoke features reflecting the Wilthire landscape.
The new courtyard garden provides a fabulous place to sit and admire the view amongst flowers full of insects.
The courtyard before work started - full of things to try to hide!
An old granite mantle was reused to create a bespoke bench, with the shaping on the back following the skyline of the hills behind the garden. A bespoke willow screen hides the oil tank
The courtyard was basically just a building yard.
The finished garden has interesting shapes and buildings in all directions.
Even in the most stunning location you can be put off from going out into the garden.
The finished garden has flowing curves and an intersecting elipse the extends out into the field beyond as a wildflower meadow.
A great view in the distance, but impossible to ignore the foreground.
Soft flowing shapes and plants create the perfect foreground for the views beyond.
A rough area out in the field at the end of the house had potential for a great place to admire the distant views.
A deck for sundowners, watching the sun setting beyond the wildflowers and fields.