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Modern, resort-like front and backyard makeover
Encompassing a complete outdoor design, driveway, lighting, landscaping and layout changes, this Zones makeover resulted in a sophisticated and quality outdoor area. The front and backyard of this property now have a streamlined, uncluttered tropical look, defined with edging plants. The deck installed extended the area around the swim spa and made access to the garage and the back of the house easier. Not only did the homeowners add value to their home, but they dramatically improved the indoor-outdoor flow of the existing house.
A backyard makeover for a wedding
Most landscaping projects tend to serve a specific purpose, like transforming an unused space into something more functional. But when Andrew and Zelda Tucker asked Zones for help to transform their Hamilton backyard, it was for something much more special.
Zoning in on a long landscape
With a somewhat ill-defined brief that included low maintenance planting, a feng shui influence, and increased privacy, a landscaping project in one of Auckland’s popular eastern suburbs promised plenty of challenges for Zones landscaping specialists Debbie and Stuart Gill.
Stylish, low maintenance landscape design
With a large wrap-around deck and a fire pit for outdoor entertaining, this backyard was transformed into the Wards’ dream outdoor area. Zones specialist Debbie Gill designed a stylish, functional, and low-maintenance space with half the original budget.
Modern landscape design on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
Landscape designer Justin Newcombe meets up with Zones landscaping specialist Stuart Gill to get some insights into the principles behind this modern landscape design, which includes an outdoor room, well-planned planting and ways of bringing the outdoors, in.
Classical garden design on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
Justin Newcombe joins the conversation with Zones landscaping specialist and designer Debbie Gill about this classic garden design. Pointing out the classical features they discuss how this style is integrated into a typical kiwi landscape.
Multi-leveled garden transformation on ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’
In this new episode of ‘The Get Growing Roadshow’, Franklin Zones specialist Stuart Gill walks well-renowned landscape designer Justin Newcombe through the challenging transformation of a steep unusable backyard into a beautiful, multi-leveled and adaptable garden.
Art deco backyard
A series of levels, seemingly problematic, have become an amazing platform for a three-tiered landscape that now graces the property of Mount Eden. The slope that once was a force of nature is now developed and has given clients Geoff and Rose lots of different options to entertain their friends on all levels.
When Mike and Genevieve Broadbent decided to renovate their backyard in Herne Bay, they did so to make a statement. Their beautiful house would be well at home with a traditional classic look. But Mike opted instead for a resort style landscape. As a result, walking into their garden is an experience not easily forgotten.