This garden design in Glenageary required a retaining wall to build up the initial level of the patio in order to compensate for the slope coming from the back of the house.
This retaining wall would later be clad with a Chinese quartz cladding.
The patio was sourced from our partners at Tile Merchant. We used a porcelain-finished tile, covering over 60 square metres of paving.
This patio stepped down to a winding ballylusk pathway edged with an Indian sandstone cobble, which brings you down the garden down to the pond. The pond was relined and a new granite cobble edge was put around it.
Other areas of the garden were cleaned up and ballylusk chip was used there as well