Landscape Garden Design Sydney
The best Sydney gardens start with creative landscape design ideas.
Vogue & Vine are a professional landscape design company based in Sydney. We are passionate about inspiring your new garden with creative ideas, design and stress free installation
Our exclusive design process combines creative outdoor ideas with luxury landscaping & planting. Quickly taking your garden from concept to installation.
Meet Deb Meyer, the Founder & Head Designer at Vogue & Vine.
With a background in the creative arts, landscape design & interior styling – Deb created the unique Vogue & Vine approach to modern Sydney outdoor living. Many Vogue & Vine gardens now feature in high end residential properties across Sydney.
We see stunning gardens as an opportunity for inspiring outdoor living. Combining greenery with sustainability and the latest outdoor concepts, the modern garden should bring joy and enhance lifestyles (our mission).
Deb connects with each Vogue & Vine client. This understanding and trust makes your new garden experience enjoyable and stress free.
Sydney Landscaping Services
As a professional landscaping company, we have experienced staff in all aspects of design, horticulture & landscape architecture. Our established relationships with quality contractors for landscaping & construction means stress free installation.
With a proven track record of delivering stunning projects with client communication that makes the experience enjoyable and stress free.
- On site consultations & landscape plan packages
- Balcony, courtyard & rooftop gardens
- Pool gardens
- Styling & outdoor furniture sourcing
Our commercial services are suitable for many commercial applications including hotels, multi unit developments and educational institutions.
DA Council plans need to be lodged with every Sydney development. Our team develop landscaping plans with our trademark aesthetic tailored for council compliance.
- Commercial landscape design
- Commercial consulting
- DA Landscape plans for council
Your Vogue & Vine experience starts with our tailored design process.
On site consultation
The on-site consultation discovers your site and opens up the potential. We discuss your own thoughts, brief & budget. We will introduce a stunning new design concept tailored to your space and lifestyle.
As qualified horticulturalists, luxury plants are carefully selected to work in harmony with your hardscape, softscape & home architecture.
The end result is a sophisticated look – individually tailored for your garden and lifestyle.
Construction & installation
Use our established relationships with some of the best landscape contractors and landscapers in Sydney. This means your project can be managed from start to finish.
Our Landscape Design Areas
Residential Landscape Design Sydney - Q&A
The Vogue & Vine team include qualified horticulturalists, gardening experts and creative landscape designers and landscape architects.
Our experience brings an attention to detail considering the genius loci, borrowed scenery, native plant habitat and artistic focal points. This makes sure your garden is functional and works with the topography and microclimate of your site.
For every garden, we consider the spatial development using lines & sense of scale in our drawings. This forms the basis of our plans with a sophisticated sense of balance and symmetry. We then introduce an inspiring plant palette with artistic focal points to enhance the final look.
As landscaping experts, we have experience in landscape management, horticultural botany, landscape engineering & construction management. The team use latest in landscape design software to bring our vision to life.
We have formed valuable networks with some of Sydney’s finest landscape contractors and builders to help transform your designs from vision to reality.
The cost will vary based on the size of your site and the different areas that require specifications in the final plan.
Some projects such as small balconies or small front gardens can be achieved on site during the initial consultation visit.
Larger back gardens require more creative time considering the different concept options with pot & plant specifications.
The quoted design fee includes the final design, plant schedule, 2D plan (or optional 3D designs) and revisions as required.
SMALL GARDENS – BALCONY & COURTYARDS
We have developed a significant portfolio of smaller gardens – These suit apartment balconies and townhouse courtyards. They often include the smart use of pots and plants as well as styling elements such as mirrors, rugs and furniture.
Our larger projects leverage many of the ideas of our smaller gardens BUT on a larger scale. These often include outdoor shading, relaxation zones, fire pits, larger planting, swimming pool design, timber decking and larger format pots.
STYLES & INFLUENCES
- Japanese Zen – Minimal & low maintenance
- Modern Australian coastal – Modern with native flora
- Balinese tropical – Modern tropical oasis
- French– European inspired formal
- Balcony gardens
- Front & backyards
- Side gardens
- Vertical gardens
- Garden maintenance advice
- Concept design
- Council landscape plans
- Planting plans
- On site consultations
- Swimming pool landscaping
- Construction detailing
- Small garden packages
- Council DA landscape plans
- Educational facilities
- Aged care
- Multi story apartments
- Factory & industrial sites
- Shopping centres.
When planning your new Sydney garden. It helps to consider the following elements:
HARDSCAPE – Paths, walls water features, sitting areas, paving & decking.
SOFTSCAPE – Plants, seasonal requirements, lifespan, growth habits, speed of growth, annual or perennial flowers, deciduous or evergreen plants
LOCATION – Topographical features such as slopes, hills and outcrops
CLIMATE – Consider the garden’s climate zone and microclimate. Is it windy or sheltered? Does it get direct sunlight or filtered sun?
SOIL QUALITY – The quality of the soil be can determine the success of your plant growth. For great soil quality you will need both water and nutrients. This can be improved with compost, peat or manure. We recommend testing the soil first to see whether it is sandy, clay or organically rich.
BOUNDARIES – The main boundaries include hedges, walls & fences. Privacy screening is an important consideration for urban gardens.
SURFACES – Garden beds will require mulch to reduce water evaporation. This include woodchips, loose gravel or small pebbles. Establishing a green lawn will require a quality topsoil followed by regular maintenance.
GARDEN FURNITURE – Consider the style of your outdoor tables and chairs, benches, kids play equipment such as swings or trampolines, Outdoor styling such as outdoor mirrors, pots and outdoor rugs.
LIGHTING – Can be broken down into safety lighting, uplights & downlights