Did you catch our Social Influencers post last year? Well, there were too many great feeds out there for just one article, so here’s round two!
There are of course, and an endless array of visually exhaustive social media feeds worth checking out, from facebook to Pinterest, tumbler to Instagram. But architecture and design ideas lead the way and home and garden improvement has almost become a national sport (where it’s legal to use sandpaper).
Read on below for round 2 of our top landscaping related Instagram feeds worth following to get your homespiration fix!
Have you meandered through the glamorous James Street Markets, Pottery Barn or West Elm in Fortitude Valley recently? Well, you would’ve walked through some quintessential Martin Brothers work.
Established by brothers William and Jack Martin the company provides a one-stop landscape service from constructing amazing landscapes through to maintaining the projects long term, and their work is undeniably perfect. Perusing their feed, a common theme is apparent with repeating colour pallets and materials, Martin Brothers are fast becoming one of Brisbane’s iconic landscaping teams.
We love this stuff, and clearly so do you! Metal edging has become one of our fastest growing lines and when it comes to this stuff, one certainly stands out from the crowd. FormBoss Metal Garden Edging. It is strong and durable, yet flexible enough prior to installation to allow you to create any shape you want! By far the most popular product for both homeowners and tradies alike.
Check them our on Instagram for some amazing examples of how this awesome product is used by leading Australian Landscape Architects and Landscapers and get a sneak peek inside some of Australia’s best gardens in the process!
We’ve introduced you to the lads from PPG before, they are passionate about creating beautiful outdoor spaces and you can certainly see this through their social pages. Whether you tune in to the regular ‘Story’ updates for a behind the scenes look at a large scale residential landscaping project, check out some great before and after shots, or just want some inspiration, these lads are down to earth and clearly doing what the love!
Claypave have been manufacturing bricks in Ipswich since the 1930’s and under current management, since 1985. You would be hard-pressed to walk the streets of most South-East Queensland suburbs without seeing a paving or brick product with origins out of the old Dinmore plant. Clay paving and bricks are in the midst of a modern revival, with well-known architects and landscapers alike now specifying and using Claypave’s eye-catching new range of long format bricks, and nothing suits an old Queenslander like a Claypave cobble!
Check out their feed to see some amazing landscapes featuring their new and classic products.
Living 4 Landscapes is a vastly progressive & innovative company that thrives on ever-expanding ideas and continuity in customer satisfaction. Based on the Gold Coast, Brad and his team create some stunning landscapes and showcase a number of fantastic designs through their insta feed. Check it out and glimpse some of the glitz and glamour that is our Gold Coast!
Clare is a creative designer and passionate horticulturalist who has been designing and building unique outdoor spaces for more than 8 years. Her portfolio includes award-winning garden designs and covers every aspect of outdoor living, from breathing new life into tired and forgotten gardens to creating stunning contemporary spaces in the blank canvas of a new-build block of land. As a passionate horticulturalist herself, Clare’s feed showcases her own unique work and other amazing gardens where her passion takes her around Brisbane and beyond. Great for a little garden spam!
Dennis has worked with some of Brisbane’s best-known architects and builders such as Shaun Lockyer and CGH Constructions, which means his gardens are amazing! Scroll through his feed for some beautifully executed projects paired with amazing architecture. Droool…
Sam O’Connor at Archiscape offers the complete solution from Landscape design through to construction, so naturally, Archiscape’s inta feed features some fantastic inspiration. The distinctive use of natural stone, metal, rock and timber combines into stylish landscapes. We particularly love their use of feature tree plantings through numerous project, especially the Pandanus Palm installed at the Balmoral job back in 2016. Such a great feature!
Shameless plug… Don’t forget to follow us and tag @centenarylandsc in any landscaping projects we have been involved in. We see plenty of raw materials, but we love seeing the end results.