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Why Choose Diamond Bespoke Buildings
1/ Dipped treatment to ensure long-lasting life
2/ Free assembly included as standard to save you time and money as well as ensure the building is built properly.
3/ Toughened glass to ensure safety. It does not break into jagged pieces but into granules, like the windscreen of old.
4/ Fully bespoke option. This building can be made to suit your needs – no need to compromise.
5/ Painted option in many colours to make the building a bit special for you.
6/ On display so you can examine them closely to ensure they will meet your expectations. No having to ‘cross fingers and hope’ when buying blind online.
Garden Edging Around Bespoke Buildings
A garden that has been edged will have a more defined appearance, as there is a clear line around the landscaped area that separates it from the rest of the lawn. This makes weeding and care of both the garden and the surrounding lawn easier. Some edging such as blocks or bricks function to raise the flowerbed above the level of the lawn for emphasis and to add contour to the area. The bricks or blocks in this situation act to both retain the soil in the elevated garden and prevent lawn grasses from growing into the side of the flower bed and then surfacing.
Garden edging can be used as both a decorative and functional addition to landscaping. There are many different materials that work well as edging items. While the majority are inorganic plastic or metals there are also some very decorative natural edging materials that can be used around your garden bespoke building. Organic materials used in edging include:
Woven willow. This unique edging material is pre-woven to form a basket like edging that has stakes or legs every few feet to hold it into the soil. This looks terrific around rustic or herb gardens.
Bamboo. This durable edging is unique as it is usually various in heights as the bamboo is placed along the border in a stake type effect. It can be very exotic and an excellent edging material for landscaping around water gardens.
Other materials commonly used in edging are:
Recycled plastic or rubber sheeting. This is a very durable edging that is terrific at stopping grass from spreading into the landscaped area. It is environmentally friendly as it is made of 100% recycled items.
Terra Cotta tiles or shingles may be used to form a raised border or edge. With a little imagination they can be tiled in mosaic patterns to create a totally unique edge that is color coordinated to your garden scheme.
Digging a shallow trench and placing strips of limestone or other quarried stone can create a flat wide or narrow edge in the trench will create a soft look to the garden. This edging can be mowed over without fear of damaging the material as long as it is flush with the surface of the ground.
Old house bricks can be recycled into a creative looking edge by trenching and then playing the bricks on an angle on their edge in the trench. The top half of the brick is exposed and is a nice color compliment to ground cover plants often found at the edge of gardens and landscaped areas.
Wrought iron or decorative metal panels provide a beautiful edging material for Victoria type gardens or for rose gardens.
Edging materials can be created from almost any material with a bit of creativity and ingenuity. Edging does not have to be expensive if you are able to use items that you may already have around the house and garden.
Take a look at our images to see what other people have done with their bespoke garden buildinga> as this may inspire you to come up with ideas which will be right for you.