Circular, Curved and Angled

WoodBlocX designs don’t just have to be squares or rectangles. Our unique, easy to use system allows you to incorporate curves and angles into any design, giving you the opportunity to create something individual and bespoke for your garden.

Circular and curved raised beds, planters and edges are created using our standard WoodBlocX timber components cut at 7.5 degree angles.

Triangles, hexagons, octagons and other more unusual shapes can be built using obtuse and acute 45 degree angle components.

All the advantages of using WoodBlocX – attractive, sustainable, organic wood that will last for at least 20 years without rotting or distortion – apply to the curved and angled BlocX as well (see Why Choose WoodBlocX for more information). Curved and angled designs can be complicated, frustrating and expensive to create using railway sleepers, planking or bricks, but building with WoodBlocX is simple, and requires no technical knowledge or specialist skills.

 

Choose from one of our pre-designed kits below, in a huge range of sizes and shapes, or we can help you design your own. Use our online calculator to work out the price of your own design, send us a sketch with your requirements, or simply give us a call on 0800 389 1420 to talk things through. Click here to order our catalogue and information sheet.

WoodBlocX Photo Competition

It would be great to see some pictures of your finished WoodBlocX designs and, with your permission, we’d love to share them on FlickrTwitter and Facebook. Each month the person who sends in the best picture receives a £100 refund on their WoodBlocX purchase - just email your picture or share it with us on social media. Good luck!

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  • Service Rating ++ Excellent service by WoodBlocX

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  • Service Rating ++ Excellent service by WoodBlocX

    Service rating : Very clear website
    Product : Purchase arrived on date stated. Well packed and with plenty of instructions regarding construction. Blocks went together well. One point to note....your ground base does need to be level and very firm before building. I had to raise the level on one bed as building and then the blocks at the bottom sank into the ground a little. Overall I am VERY pleased with the beds. They look beautiful in the garden. Can't wait for the top soil the arrive so I can get planting veg and strawberries.