Port Lincoln Home
The owner wanted a more usable and incredibly low maintenance rear yard, so we went from weeds a metre high to a limestone retaining wall for a workable garden bed and a cost effective artificial turf solution.
Big House on the Hill
The owner started with a vision that would complement his new home, and we worked together to establish a landscaping outcome that ultimately satisfied both of us. It started with limestone walls, followed by paved edging and artificial turf. There was also rolled bull nose capping at the entrance steps and around the Infinity pool. All hedges and plants are on full automatic irrigation, and the end result is a modern, yet timeless exterior that leads in to the big house on the hill.
Coffin Bay Residence
After completing the driveway and perimeter paving, the owners were looking for a secluded area to relax in. A rustic timber fence was attached to the galvanised uprights in the concrete sleeper wall and a secondary segmented wall with splashes of recycled glass defined the garden beds and steps up to the road level. Recycled old red bricks were then used for the raised alfresco area and the front footpath.
Buffalo lawn was selected because of its drought and shade tolerance with paved stepping stones throughout. It was all tied together with the owners artistic style with use of local rocks, antique gates, a chimenea and outdoor setting.
The Coffin Bay retreat was completed with a selection of hardy plants.
Before and After at this amazingly designed and landscaped home on Mitilini Court