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One of the best ways to demonstrate how garden designers can dramatically alter the character of a garden is by taking photographs from the same spot before and after the work has been completed. What has taken place between the photos is the design process: the listening, thinking, noticing, problem-solving, assessing, designing and building of the new garden.

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Before image 1   After image 1

^ An awkward exit from the new French doors off the kitchen


^ A deeper patio area was introduced with angled steps and railings to add a useful new outdoor dining space 

Before image 2   After image 2

^ There was no clear patio area from the back of this detached property


^ A new back elevation deserved a generous patio area and seamless transition into the rear garden

Before image 3   After image 3

^ The side alley was an unattractive and windy area of the property


^ Gentle curves and slopes help to calm the side alley area and make it appear much wider than it is

Before image 4   After image 4

^ The view into the garden was uninviting


^ A pergola arch frames the view and entices visitors into the back garden

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