Fife Project - Dunfermline

We were asked to landscape the garden of a newly built Dunfermline property and introduce attractive, relaxing seating areas.

Our clients' existing garden featured a small, slab-patio walkway, which was too small for seating and led on to an awkward, downward-sloping lawn.

After consultation, it was agreed two patio areas would be introduced: one at the rear of the property for entertaining and socialising - and a smaller area at the foot of the slope, ideal for sunbathing. 

Getting down to work, we removed the old, existing slabs from the rear of the property and constructed a large patio in Fairstone sandstone, shaped to the gradient of the lawn. To support the patio, we built a small retaining wall, setting the area on a rise overlooking the rest of the garden. Fairstone paving was also used for the lower patio - and finished with tumbled sett edging.

The transformation brought a more open, versatile feel to the garden while creating spaces for our clients to dine, relax and soak up the sun!

Before & After Gallery

Why not browse through the befores and afters for this project…

Simply scroll the slider from left to right to see this garden transformation, for further images click on the arrows at the bottom right of the gallery.