Established over 40 years, Architectural Heritage is considered to be one of the world's largest resources for fine antique and reproduction garden ornament. Their ever-changing antique inventory includes urns, sundials, seats, fountains, troughs and gates, alongside a collection of classic, modern designs to complement both contemporary and traditional garden schemes. This year Architectural Heritage are proud to be working in association with the National Trust to present 'The Sissinghurst Castle Garden Copper Planter', an exact replica of the original planter in the garden designed by Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst Castle. Architectural Heritage also offer a selection of curated modern British sculpture and architectural interiors.
Garden Affairs offer a huge range of high quality garden buildings throughout the UK including: garden offices & studios, log cabins, summerhouses, posh sheds, gazebos and wooden garages. All buildings are fully customisable. Their contemporary Linea range is a unique Scandinavian design that solves the problems of space constraints, especially in city gardens. Visit their extensive display centre in Trowbridge, Wiltshire.
Redwood Stone is renowned as the creator of delightful Gothic follies and ruins and can be seen each year at both the Chelsea and Hampton Court Flower Shows. Standard designs can be reimagined to create structures to enhance private gardens or commercial projects, each one unique. In 2001 Redwood Stone created its first Gothic Folly, thereby becoming the first folly specialist for over a century. Bringing the genre into the 21st century, Redwood Stone has designed and built structures ranging from potting sheds, garden rooms, outdoor kitchens and tennis pavilions to pool houses, swimming pool enclosures and hot tub surrounds.