With everyone’s thoughts beginning to turn to the joys of spring, leading natural stone producer, Cumbria-based Burlington, has unveiled a dedicated display area at its Head Office and production facility to champion its expanding portfolio of products from its landscaping division.

Serving to promote the suitability of its landscaping products for private gardens, public schemes and corporate developments, the display successfully demonstrates how garden and landscape designers can combine uniform shapes and lines with more random and informal materials as a means of bringing designs of distinction to life.

“We wanted to create an area where visiting landscape architects and designers could get a real feel for the depth and diversity of our landscaping products, and in a location where they could possibly draw inspiration for future design schemes. This is certainly helped by virtue of the fact that display is set against the backdrop of the Lake District,” states Joint Managing Director, Malcolm Hatch.

In addition to visitors being instantly attracted to a pillared arch with feature keystone that has been constructed from a combination of both smooth faced and riven natural stone, the display Has at its heart a series of water features and fountains set amongst both dimensional and crazy paving and tiles. Also prominent within the display is the company’s walling stone that is today available in both blue grey and Westmorland Green stone. Again, designers can draw an instant feel for both the company’s screened weathered walling stone - renowned for its aged appearance and weathered charm – and its random walling stone.

Also figuring prominently within THE overall scheme is an array of the company’s mulch, crushed slate and paddlestones. Whilst such landscaping aggregates are ideal for a variety of applications including garden paths, driveways, cycle and wheelchair paths, ponds, sub base, scree and water features, Burlington’s mulch products are proving increasingly popular as an inexpensive and low maintenance gardening solution that are also ideal for weed suppression.

Completing the line-up of landscaping productS on display are obelisks, feature and rockery stones, together with copings and seats.

Anyone interested in learning more about Burlington’s landscaping product range should contact the company’s sales office on Tel: 01229 889661 or access their website: www.burlingtonstone.co.uk .

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