Gardens Designed with Children in Mind
By Garden Designer Andrea Newill. The client had recently added a kitchen extension to the property and were left with an awkward space to deal with.
By Hampshire garden designer Janet Bligh. The new owners of this large garden wanted to create a family-friendly space with play areas for their young children, seating areas for different times of day and a small vegetable garden.
The owners of this large garden wanted an informal garden to attract wildlife and seating areas to sit and enjoy the sun and the view of the brook.
By London garden designer Julie Zeldin. The large area of lawn in this garden is an important football pitch for the young boys in the family and their friends!
By London garden designer Charlotte Rowe. This large family garden required a large lawn, but also certain contemporary elements and to comply with severe restrictions on development.
By London garden designer Ana Sanchez-Martin. This Highgate family has two very young boys, ages three and five, who despite having a sizeable garden wouldn't play in it.
By Tallinn based garden designer Merilen Mentaal. In a quiet residential setting, backed by a hilly forest area, this modern newly-built family house asked for a combination of contemporary feeling mixed with lush planting, also considering the needs of playfulness of 3 quite young children in the family.
By London garden designer Andrew Fisher Tomlin. There is real challenge in creating a garden to work alongside a contemporary renovation and a desire for a traditional family garden. By combining the clients' needs and reflecting the simplicity of the renovation project along contemporary straight lines we have achieved a great garden within a small space. Our clients are now inspired to do the gardening and their children are loving the space.