National Trust Collection
The traditional Victorian style of our National Trust collection was the perfect aesthetic to fit seamlessly into the garden of our clients 1750’s Georgian Gamekeepers cottage.
Our client enjoyed keeping her greenhouse cohesive with the rest of her home, by choosing to powder coat her Mottisfont in Downland Stone to match the colour of her window frames. In addition, she chose to use the same bricks from the cottage for the greenhouse base. She then embellished the brickwork with two decorative Victorian bricks either side of the doorway.
The installation of the new greenhouse allowed our client to further explore her new hobby of growing under glass. She enjoyed the flexibility of our accessory range allowing her to customise the greenhouse interior to suit her needs.
Our client opted for Traditional Benching at one gable end, and a planter at the other, with Strawberry Boards at both. The space in the middle was reserved for an ornate garden table and chairs, to enjoy dining with her granddaughter after a busy day gardening together.
Since her greenhouse growing endeavours, our client has relished in blooming hollyhocks, poppies, geraniums and white foxgloves, to name a few. Fuchsias and tomatoes also grow well year-after-year.
The Mottisfont has completely changed the dynamic of our clients garden, increasing the use of a previously enclosed part of the garden, even encouraging the installation of a second patio near the greenhouse.
Picturesque flat fronted lobby
Downland Stone compliments our clients window frames
Ample space to showcase our clients antique collection