City BeachContemporary Garden, Perth

Looking for a unique garden that embraced the harsh location and unique architectural characteristics of the contemporary home, the owner employed the expertise of Tim Davies and Levi Carter of Tim Davies Landscaping to design and build this stunning landscape.
Being in close proximity to the coast, the planting palette needed to be closely considered to create a landscape that would be able to withstand the conditions. The client was determined to have a mature finish to the garden. In order to achieve this, Tim and Levi sourced a range of mature trees from around the state that were suitable for relocation. These species included Poinciana, Olive, Frangipani and Magnolia trees. Custom ornamentation also creates focal points throughout, while large graphite granite bowls and a custom solid granite planter alongside the pool work to tie the spaces together.
This minimal, contemporary design by Tim Davies Landscaping combines high-quality finishes with mature, lush planting to create habitable spaces that work aesthetically.

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This is an example of a contemporary front yard garden in Perth. —  Houzz
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Kerryn Ramsey added this to Pre-Summer Backyard Blitz: Week 5 – Update Your Outdoor Lighting6 September 2015

1. Power up your lightsThe majority of outdoor lighting that’s either 12 or 24 volts is powered by a transformer. The wiring can be positioned underground or run along poles, walls and fences. The big advantage of this system is that it’s completely safe if a wire is accidentally cut. Take the time to check that all the exterior lights are working. If you hit a dud, remember it may not be the bulb; the wire leading to the light may have been severed and will need replacing.

Carol Bucknell Garden Design added this to 12 Easy Ways You Can Have a Front Garden to Be Proud Of14 April 2014

8. Light it upUse lighting near steps and paths so that entry to the house is safe and inviting at night. Uplighting beautiful trees and other features adds excitement and drama to this front garden in Perth.More: Light up: 10 Good Reasons to Use Outdoor Lighting

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Donna Thome added this to stone backyard12 October 2021

love the feel of this esp the steps and lighting

Nirmala DSouza added this to Landscapes10 October 2021

Entry with minimalist design and lighting

Alison Hoefer added this to Alison's Ideas15 September 2021

I like how the wall covers the underside of the house

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