Mark called his design "Reflection", he wants to create a sanctuary space with a focus on mental health. Mark has turned his design "on-the-diagonal" to give the garden a sense of space and freedom. His key features are 4 black pools of water which will reflect the sky and plants around them. A garden room with copper fascia and a living roof to the rear will provide a shaded area for BBQ's and summer get togethers. Floating flower beds provide colour and hedging separates the rear part of the garden.
Mark is using granite and cobbled inish paving to give Shelly access to all parts of the garden. Artificial lawn connects the front and rear of the garden providing year round access and low maintenance. The planting scheme of flowering shrubs, ferns and evergreen perennials softens the harder parts of the garden and bring vibrant year round colour.