An autumnal Canadian forest was the inspiration for this West London home.
Through the trees at the rear of the garden, what appears to be a bespoke Crittall-style window echoing that of the kitchen, is in fact a trellis supporting climbing plants. This trompe l'oeuil window is integrated into a solid timber framed pergola which surrounds the rear deck.
Especially beautiful at night, bespoke low voltage lights hang from mature specimens of birch and maple. These provide instant screening and create dappled shade for the rich understorey of many native woodland species. Bespoke hanging lights add a magical touch to the garden during the evening soirees.