Garden Design News

The latest garden design news from Earthwork Sanctuary Design

Don’t Move, Improve Your Garden

January 2013

Given the current market many of us are staying put in 2013. To improve your home and garden without spending too much cash why not consider the following:

  1. Refresh your planting. Plants are the cheapest element of garden redesign – why not rework a border or your front garden to give your home a spring boost? Plants start from £4.99 per unit and we can create a planting plan for you with costs starting form just £125.
  2. Rework your front garden. For real kerb appeal or getting your property ready for sale, why not rework your front garden. A pair of mature plants in planters start from £150 and can really give your front garden a lift.
  3. Mini-makeover for your garden. For some simple ideas about how you could improve your garden – we offer a ‘ideas for a mini-makeover’ for your garden. This gives you one hour of our time on site and a follow up report with straightforward ideas about how you could improve your garden (with the focus on cost effectiveness if so desired). Costs for a mini-makeover report start from £150.
  4. Spread the cost. Alternatively if you would still like your garden completely redesigned but don’t have the budget for the whole project right now, we can create a tailored design which you could implement in phases to spread the cost over a number of years. Garden design fees start from £750.

Contact us for more information

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We've moved!!!

November 2008

We've moved our main base of operations to the New Forest and now have a lovely large garden to experiment with and fantastic new office space.

We're still taking on projects in South West London: like Twickenham, Thames Ditton and Sheen. As well as, working with new clients in the New Forest, Hampshire and Bournemouth areas.

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View of May Cottage, New Forest

Credit Crunch Feature in Red Magazine

November 2008

We’re delighted to have been featured in November’s issue of Red Magazine. The feature looks at low budget projects designed to help clients still achieve a design transformation despite the credit crunch. Our client’s new garden in St Maragaret’s Twickenham was selected by Red Magazine – as the garden demonstrated that it is possible to completely transform a space on a more limited budget.

The feature is full of hints and tips about how to make your ‘garden budget’ go further in the credit crunch but still get a designed space that looks really good. Click on the pdf link below to read the article in full.

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View of Victorian Terraced House in St Margarets, Twickenham

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