Your garden is not a parade ground. More balance please!

Why square shapes aren’t always the right choice.

EEvery design has its place in this world. Seriously. I believe in this allegation. Example: I personally don’t really like designs that are based on skulls and bones, say the typical black and silver motorcyclist’s t-shirt featuring some kind of screaming meatless human head. Continue Reading →

Make a good impression – also when selling your property!

When there is a designed garden, the house will get more attention …

WWhen browsing through some house advertisements on the Internet the other day, by companies like Sotheby’s, Christie’s, Savills, Knight Frank and Engel & Voelkers, I noticed once again the importance of gardens. Not only on a personal level, but on a financial level. Continue Reading →