Our Garden Renovation | Part Three

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It’s been a long time coming, but here’s the final part of our garden renovation project; the side garden! If you’re new to the blog or you simply missed the previous garden posts; here’s part one and two 🙂 

Before:

The side garden was an absolute jungle with trees, roots, weeds and bits of house renovation projects everywhere! There was a tiny collapsed wall leading up to the washing line and it was also massively sloped which made it quite dangerous to navigate around. Before the professionals came in, J and I took down all the trees and started to shred them! We also had a tiny brick coal shed in the garden which we decided needed to come down.

During:

The shed was demolished and a few tonnes of rubble and dirt were removed from the garden. It filled up about 4 grabber lorries!!

We decided that we wanted the area to be a lawned part of the garden, but added a small patio area to the middle which will be perfect for the summer! We added some steps up in keeping with the back garden, although these are a lot narrower. We also used the same paving blocks for the pathway round the side.

After:

The pathway now looks really smart and I love the lawn although it’s such a bitch to mow! I’m really looking forward to get the patio furniture out and having a BBQ this summer. As long as the bloody rain holds off for long enough!

What do you think of the final part of our garden? Isn’t that the most lovely place to have a BBQ? Let me know your thoughts in the comments below 🙂 x

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23 Comments

  1. Oh wow you did so well with this! I dont think I would have known where to have started with how to make it look better. It’s lovely 🙂

    Corinne x

  2. Oh ok so when I read renovation I had no idea you basically started with a jungle! It looks amazing now, well done! I can’t wait to get my garden turfed, gotta prep the ground next. Looking great!

    1. Oh yes. It was a wilderness. There’s still do much to do to get it finished but we’re getting there slowly. Good luck with your garden.

      1. I know how you feel, I do property developments and at the start you just don’t know where to start, all worth it in the end though x

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