Decori Featured on ITV’s Love Your Garden

By reechdev on 28 Jun 2017

Last year Decori were delighted to feature on Love Your Garden twice, creating bespoke garden sculptures and working alongside Alan Titchmarsh and his team of gardening experts. Read on to find out more about our latest project for the popular TV series.

Love Your Garden

Our team has now worked with the gardening team for the third time, helping to create a unique garden project for Mark Ormrod, a proud Ex Royal Marine. It was a pleasure to be able to work with Alan and his team to create a bespoke commission for such a worthy cause.

The team at Love Your Garden wanted to acknowledge Mark’s time spent in the Royal Marines in the garden, with the idea of creating a contemporary outdoor feature designed around the Royal Marines’ logo.

Our team created a quirky sculpture design, in keeping with the Love Your Garden team’s vision, which was produced at our base in Telford, Shropshire, before being fitted in its final home in Plymouth.

Bespoke Metal Artwork

The garden sculpture designed for Mark featured a 3D design made from corten, a weathering steel that features a beautiful rusted colour and is able to withstand the changeable British weather for decades. A bespoke commission, the Royal Marine’s inspired piece would retail for £980.

If you would like to know more about our metal artwork pieces or to view our range of products, visit our online shop for more information.

The images above show one of our two previous projects with Love your Garden last season – visit our gallery to see more of our projects.

The show was aired on Wednesday 21st June on ITV, to watch the episode again it is available to view on the ITV Hub for up to 30 days.  

About Decori

At Decori we have a standard range of panels available through our online shop, but we also have an in-house design team with our own UK manufacturing facility to be able to offer help on bespoke, made to measure projects.

If you’d like to get in touch with us for a quote, please email or call us on 01952 204950.


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