During the consultation, we'll get to know all about you and your garden goals! It can be in person, over the phone, or you can fill out the questionnaire online and send it back. It's all about finding out what makes you and your garden tick! We'll ask about your contact details, family characteristics, and the front and back gardens. We want to know all about the number of occupants, their age range, and any allergies. And we can't forget about what kind of fun you want to have in your outdoor living space! We'll also ask about your desired garden character, gardening habits and preferences, and the materials you want to see used. Then, we'll get into the nitty-gritty and ask about the features you'd like in your garden, any wind or flooding issues, and any future changes. Lastly, we'll find out more about your lovely home and if there are any pesky neighbours to watch out for. Let's get creative and bring your garden vision to life!
A moodboard is a fun way of bringing your garden vision to life! It's all about showcasing your personal style and tastes in a visual manner. To create a moodboard, we'll be using the information you've shared with us about your family, desired garden character, gardening habits and preferences, and the materials you want to see used. We'll also take into consideration any wind or flooding issues, future changes and pesky neighbours. With all this information, we'll put together a collection of images, colours, and textures that best represent your vision for your outdoor living space. The moodboard is a great starting point for the design process, it helps us ensure that we have a clear understanding of what you want your garden to look and feel like. From there, we'll take your moodboard and start putting together a detailed plan, so we can bring your garden dreams to life!
After we've got a good understanding of what you want in your garden, we'll move on to the next exciting step: creating a 2D garden plan! This plan is like a bird's eye view of your future outdoor oasis. It will include all the key elements we discussed in the mood board phase, so you can see how your garden dreams are coming to life. We'll make sure to include all the important details, like the position of pathways, seating areas, and any structures you might want in your garden. Of course, we'll also mark the positions of any special features or focal points you've mentioned, so everything is in the right place. With this 2D plan, you'll have a clear picture of what your garden will look like, and we'll use it as the blueprint for bringing your vision to life!
Once we've completed your 2D garden plan, we'll start the process of creating a 3D model of your future outdoor living space. This will allow you to see a more detailed and realistic representation of your garden design. With 3D design, we'll be able to show you different angles of your garden, including what it will look like from different areas in and around your home. We'll be able to make any necessary adjustments to the design before construction even begins, so you can feel confident that your garden will be exactly what you imagined. This is a great way to get a feel for your garden's scale, layout and overall design. Once we've created the 3D model, we can make any final tweaks or changes to ensure that your garden is perfect before construction begins.
Our VR design service takes 3D design to the next level. With VR design, we can create a fully immersive experience of your garden design. You'll be able to put on a headset and be transported to areas around your future outdoor living space as if it already exists. This will give you a true sense of the scale, space and layout of your garden from different vantage points. You'll be able to see how the materials and colours work together, and experience the garden as if you're already living in it. This is an incredibly powerful tool that allows you to make any final adjustments to your garden design, ensuring that everything is exactly as you want it before construction begins. Our VR design service is an excellent way to ensure that your garden is perfect before it's even built.