A formal Cheltenham family garden with Italian stylisation
Type: Large Cheltenham Town Family Garden
A large garden space that required a design suitable for its Victorian era property.
Strong understanding of client's identity and preferences in style and format
Initially working alongside the client on their previous garden, Gardens by Keltie & Clark were called again to create a garden fitting with their complete property renovation. Knowing the client, we already obtained a strong sense of the client’s identity and preferences for style and format.
We wanted to create an adult space for entertaining, sitting and being in the garden that really set off the Victorian property.
There were plans for this to become a family home, therefore we had to think about how this garden would work and adapt with young children.
Fitting and adaptable for the entire family
Outside the orangery kitchen, we designed a focal point water feature which would be safe for young children as well as being attractive and tactile.
Having previously landscaped the neighbours garden, we knew the soil conditions were very wet and heavy clay. We created an Italian styled gravel garden, to enable the client to have a variety of plants that would thrive in non-clay conditions.
We created a vegetable area for growing that was neat, and in keep with the client’s Victorian property and brief.
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“We have now completed two major projects with Keltie & Clark and we love the finished gardens and paved areas. Both have made a big impact on how our property looks and we are very satisfied with all aspects of their work. Well done Sam & Curstain!”
Mel and Marc Gillespe
“Our garden completely exceeded our expectations and looks amazing, from start to finish. Curstain, Sam and their team have been a pleasure to work with”
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