Landscape Designer

Weather patterns are changing and whilst big business has an important role to play in cutting carbon emissions, every single one of us can also do our bit. Our gardens are the perfect place to start. Here are our landscape design tips for the twenties.
In this blog we’re talking about using colour in the garden for practicality as well as aesthetics.
There's no bigger challenge than a sloping garden, which is why the team at Tapestry Design Studios love them. In this blog we examine ways to deal with a sloping garden.

Much as I love snow, it’s certainly good to see the back of it. It’s quite blustery today but lovely to see the daffodils dancing in the wind. And it's a lovely reminder that it’s time to make a start on spring gardening jobs. Priority Task:...

In this blog we’re dissecting Tapestry Design’s order book to spot some the emerging garden design trends for 2018 Garden design is an ever changing art. The way we use our gardens has changed dramatically in recent years with more and more of us using our...

One of our core services is providing garden design advice for landscapers. A beautifully presented concept design can help win business and save money. This article explains more. Have you ever been asked to build a client’s garden with only the barest design brief? How difficult was...

Have you have recently moved into a new property and want to make the garden your own? Or has your plot has had so many additions and changes over the years that it no longer looks or functions as it should? If that’s the case...

There are so many species of tree to choose from that it can be completely overwhelming to know where to even start. Whether you are a garden designer, landscaper or choosing for your own garden, answer these questions below to help you narrow down your options...

If you’ve been considering planting a hedge in your garden you’ll be pleased to know that we are now entering the perfect time for doing so. It’s bare root season. Generally speaking, bare root hedging species are deciduous, so during the dormant season between November...