Taking a garden in a new direction that takes its owner to a welcoming place of serenity is the cornerstone of what we do at Dimension Gardenscape.
To be recognised for our work at the 2017 Master Builders’ Awards in the best residential landscape design and construction category is a feather we will proudly stick in our cap.
This project at Ainslie is well worth a look. It emphasises the benefits of working from the design phase right through to the construction. We were also able to connect the right people in our network to get the job done.
Did someone say it’s winter… already!?
Yes, it’s that time of year that either brings out the best in the cold-hardened souls who relish in the annual freeze, or others who like to hibernate, and in the process, let their gardens shrivel up too.
If you’re the latter type, don your ugg boots, or snuggle up in a warm blanket and learn more about how your garden can become a real winter wonderland.
Here's how to grow some culture in your backyard
Turning those spaces into a Japanese-inspired retreat is the perfect solution, and it’s much easier than you think. It’s about doing more with less. It’s the creation of simple structures that live in harmony with nature. It’s a special place where you can sit and admire the tranquility.
We all know how trends in the world of fashion come and go. Thankfully, that does not apply to trends for landscape design and construction.
Trends here tend to evolve, a lot like how a gum nut evolves into a fully grown eucalyptus tree that becomes an integral part of the landscape you love. It could be a tree house where you daydreamed as a child, and where your own children now do the same.
With land values rising and housing developments becoming more compact we have come to accept that our outdoor spaces are becoming smaller too. Ideas that work on a quarter acre block don't translate well to the small courtyard garden. At Dimension Gardenscape we have found the constraints of working in confined spaces has forged some amazing results. Almost against the odds it seems that the less space you have to work with, the more impact a well designed landscape can achieve.