Palmerstown

Project Description

This was an old 1950s corner site back garden that was completely overgrown. The garden had an odd shape and was set out on different levels that made it unusable. The brief was to create a contemporary walled courtyard garden with raised walled beds, a central water feature and a space for outdoor entertaining with a new summerhouse. The materials used were black natural granite paving and Kilsaran Inish charcoal cobble to add some interest to the paving. Grey Donegal quartz was used to build the walled beds and to construct a contemporary bespoke water feature with water blade. Artificial grass was used to create a green carpet in front of the water feature and to create a focal point in the garden. Planting was lush and exotic and included tree ferns, large bamboo and Arelia elata. Garden lighting was also installed to highlight specimen planting and to uplight the water feature.

Project Details

Location Palmerstown, South Dublin
Type Suburban corner site garden
Details New boundary walls with larch wood slatted fencing, black natural granite paving with Kilsaran Inish charcoal cobble, grey Donegal quartz for bedding walls and bespoke water feature with water blade, artificial grass, exotic planting, garden lighting and new summerhouse.

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THE KHS PROCESS

Concept Design

We provide an initial garden design based on the client’s brief and initial free consultation.

ESTIMATE

An estimate is provided once the design concept has been agreed by the client.

FINAL DESIGN

A final 3D design of the garden is confirmed by us. This ensures that the garden design we create is exactly as visualised by the client.

QUOTATION

A written quotation based on the final design is submitted to the client by KHS Landscaping Ltd. 

Project Plan

All our clients are given a time phase project plan which means all our projects have an agreed start date and finish date that is guaranteed.

AfterCare

An aftercare service is offered on an appointment only basis for our clients who wish to ensure their gardens are kept in peak condition at all times.

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