Will Williams has teamed up with bespoke joiner Rob Horton in an exciting venture to create his own luxury line of exterior furniture. Launching early spring 2019.
“I’ve wanted to create these pieces for a long time, its a fantastic opportunity to design something that suits my style. Rob’s eye for detail is a perfect match and we are really looking forward to bringing these to life.”
Listen to Will on The Sod Show discussing how he got into garden design and where it might lead him in the future.
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Watch Will have a chat with YouTube sensation Huw Richards from HuwsNursery. They take a look at the future of horticulture and what it is like to be crowned the RHS Young Designer of the Year 2018.
After a very hot few weeks at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, Will has returned with a Gold medal and the title of the RHS Young Designer of the Year 2018 for his garden 'At One'.
"It was a brilliant experience to be involved in such a prestigious event and to win it was the cherry on top. We had such positive feedback on this garden, I hope that it inspires people to encourage wildlife into their gardens"
Will is a finalist for the 2018 RHS Young Designer of The Year competition at RHS Tatton Park Flower Show, with his garden 'At One'.
The garden is designed for a young professional couple as a relaxing, entertaining space. 'At One' demonstrates how it's possible to create a beautiful garden space for the benefit of both humans and wildlife. The garden has a contemporary design with a light and airy feel that incorporates plenty of homes for birds, bees, butterflies and insects to live and thrive as well as planting to sustain them.
"It's an awesome feeling to be nominated as a finalist, I cant wait to get the garden built. At One is the type of garden I've wanted to create at a for while."
Our Silver-Gilt medal winning show garden at RHS Hampton Court Flower Show 2017.
We where back again at this years RHS Hampton Court Flower Show. Will designed 'Holding Back the Flood' the garden aimed to show just how important trees and plants can be in solving some of todays environmental issues.
"It was great to be back at Hampton for the second year running, we all did a great job and am hugely happy to come our with a Silver-Gilt. I loved being able to design a garden with a real message behind it"
Will is now writing a monthly column for Sussex Life Magazine. This column will help you get ideas for your garden, as well getting some professional tips! Will wants his column to help inspire the next generation into horticulture.
" Im honoured to be writing a column for Sussex Life. I can't wait to get stuck in!"
Our Silver medal winning RHS Hampton Court Flower Show Garden.
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"I am hugely happy to come away from the show with a silver medal, it has been a fantastic experience. I loved working with the apprentices who built the garden, they did a stunning job."
Will is going to be designing a garden at this years Hampton Court Flower Show! Will's design will be in the city gardens category. The garden is a Celebration of Sussex and aims to show just what can be done in a small space. The gardens inspiration came from walks along the South Downs, with rivers, natural wildlife and wildflowers.
We approached Streetscape to construct the garden because they are an award-winning social enterprise dedicated to providing apprenticeships in landscape gardening. They are a fantastic company who take on 18-25 year olds who have been long-term unemployed. Their core goal is to build there apprentices skills and experiences, enabling them to move into and retain work after graduating.
"We are trying to capture Sussex in a contemporary way"
This is a fantastic project we are part of, we are designing a display in the Floral Marquee at The Chelsea Flower Show 2016. Will is working together with Plantbase nursery based in East Sussex and Garden Gems based in West London. The garden aims to tell a story as you walk round stand, it is the story of a girl growing up. We aim to show the major milestones in life, using plants and wicker figures.
"We are aiming to tell a story, our inspiration came from window displays, similar to Harrods and Selfridges at a Christmas"