Our great clients in Frankston South love their new pool side revamp, the new outdoor space is ready for warm summer days.
Working alongside Genus Landscape Architects, we helped to transform the existing pool with fresh hard and soft landscaping including brush fencing, installing a spa, spa decking, corten steel panel walls, bamboo panels, new plants, drip line irrigation and landscape lighting to finish the landscape design all off.
The steps of the works performed by Coastal Creations Landscaping are listed below:
1. Spa dig out
2. Constructed retaining wall around the perimeter of the deck and around the spa
3. Laid the concrete slab for footing for the spa
4. Put spa in place
5. Built a sub floor around the spa, allowing an area for a trap door to access the spa
6. Laid spa decking
7. Installed corten steel panels around the spa and along the pool area.
8. Filled the spa
9. Installed bamboo panels to the garden shed
10. Took out old unusable soil from the garden beds and refilled them with clean organic garden blend soil.
11. Installed drip line irrigation
12. Installed lights in the garden
The corten steel panels are sold as black sheets and over time will rust beautifully creating a rustic wall around the spa that provides both protection and privacy.
Bamboo screens are a great way to hide garden sheds and create softness and relaxation in your landscape design. We planted bamboo in the garden bed just in front of the bamboo panels which will grow quickly creating softness and privacy in the pool area.
Many thanks to our amazing clients for spoiling us whilst we worked at your property. Thanks again to our great team for helping to create this beautiful landscape transformation in Frankston South.
We are currently working on a custom built outdoor dining table for these clients, so stay tuned! The reclaimed wood we are using is beautiful.
Our clients in Safety Beach wanted to add some privacy to their front courtyard and desired a landscape construction solution that complemented their existing modern rustic landscape design.
Our clients chose corten steel laser cut panels from Westernport Laser Cutting as they provided views onto the street and added curb appeal through their creative pattern design.
We used 150 x 150 mm dressed Cyprus Posts to brace the corten steel panels and create a beautiful border to complete the look. Corten steel panels are a great creative option for use on coastal properties as the screens are designed to rust and can be used for fencing, outdoor screens or even as an outdoor metal art focal point.
Our clients love the end result and so do we!
Recycled apple crates are a great, cost effective landscaping solution for growing vegetables in your garden.
Our clients in Dromana on the Mornington Peninsula, had a space they wanted to create a veggie garden and so we got to work to make it happen. The area had a sloping bank and uneven surface, so the first step was to build a retaining wall to create a flat and solid platform which could be built upon. A circular retaining wall was chosen to create a flow in design for the natural area which would be complemented by steel edging. The centre of the area was filled with crushed rock and topped with Dromana toppings.
Five square recycled apple crates were positioned symmetrically in the area with even spacing all around.
The apple crates were prepared by first lining them with weed mat to allow for water drainage, and then heavy duty building plastic was lined around the sides. The crates were then half filled with scoria which is a light building material, with high drainage, that is used behind retaining walls.
Mushroom mulch was mixed with top soil and applied on top. This mix provides nutrients to the garden as the fruit and veggies grow.
Lastly an olive tree was positioned in the centre to finish the look.
The gardens are now bursting full of lots of delicious home grown fruit and veggies that our clients love including kale, broccoli, lettuce, spring onion, strawberries, basil, tomato and more!