What I love about working in Dublin is the endless variety of gardens associated with houses from different periods and the diversity of settings.

Whilst I feel that I would need more than a lifetime of creating gardens to cover every architectural genre, our portfolio of gardens to date, both within Dublin city and its suburbs, reflects some of this diversity.  Whatever we do, we try to tie the architecture of the garden with that of the house, and at the same type fulfil the brief that our clients have set us in order that we can create their own little bit of paradise.  Below is a selection of our gardens.

front garden design, Dublin, Ranelagh, red-brick, railings, granite

Edwardian front garden in Ranelagh, Dublin style 1 (Tim Austen garden designs, 2015)

garden design, dublin, sandymount, wicklow, leinster, designer, style,

Garden design installed in Sandymount, Dublin (Tim Austen garden designs, 2015)

formal front garden design, garden designer, irish garden design, tim austen

Edwardian front garden in Ranelagh, Dublin style 2 (Tim Austen garden designs, 2008)

patio garden, children, family, design, sunken, paving, retaining wall

Contemporary family garden in Monkstown (completed by Tim Austen garden designs, 2014)

back garden, red-brick, planters, stone, cladding, water feature, granite paths, lush planting

Courtyard garden in Terenure (completed by Tim Austen garden designs, 2015)

modern garden design, white concrete, path, walls, wooden seat, wood cladding, Clontarf, Dublin, garden, design

Marrying contemporary and classical in Clontarf (garden created by Tim Austen garden designs, 2014)

garden design Ballsbridge, Dublin 4, traditional garden, Georgian house

Traditional style in Ballsbridge

We are currently completing gardens in Sandymount, Dun Laoghaire, Clontarf and Stillorgan but are pleased to accept new commissions at any stage (anywhere in the Dublin area and beyond – we work across Ireland)!

Tim Austen, 20th September, 2015.