Meaghan Chabot of MEG & KENNEDY LANDSCAPE DESIGN FIRM
Winning multiple landscape design awards leaves Meaghan a little humbled to say the least. She acknowledges that awards are a wonderful to be sure, but the passion and pure joy of creating inviting, elegant, practical, outdoor spaces for her clients is what she treasures the most.
Meaghan and her team of experts create beautiful, usable outdoor spaces, for a wide range of projects and budgets. Their strong sense of architecture, style and love of planting has Meg & Kennedy Landscape Design very much in demand in Hamilton and the Greater Toronto area.
Most people have an idea of how they want to FEEL when their outdoor space has been created. However most people find it difficult to articulate their vision, which is where Meaghan excels, helping her clients bring their gorgeous outdoor spaces to life.
Meaghan loves to work with clients at this creative stage, helping them formalize their vision, where ideas, detailed drawings and budgets are made into concrete plans.
The team at Meg & Kennedy Landscape Design Firm has gained a reputation for excellence due to their meticulous attention to detail, their expert craftsmanship, and high standards of service that are maintained throughout each project.
From small urban gardens to full-scale landscaping, Meg & Kennedy’s outdoor spaces are recognized for their strong architectural lines, subtle lighting, bespoke water features and timeless garden design style.
Once the outdoor living space has been installed, it’s not quite ready to love and enjoy. Many clients seek out Meaghan’s design and styling advice to complete their spaces. For some client’s it’s simple staging as furntiture and accessories choices, for others it can be screens, trellis, benches, plant containers and fire features.
Along with her master skills as a Landscape Designer, Meaghan has extensive training in Interior Design, Colour Training and Floral Design.
MEET MEAGHAN CHABOT
from little seeds grow mighty trees
It all started with a little blonde girl. Knee deep in muck, catching frogs and climbing trees, spending her summers on an island under the stars. Learning to light a fire, bait a hook, run barefoot in the woods (still do), and master the art of catching poison ivy year after year were all common rituals. I had no idea what I was going to be when I was big, along with every other little dirty kid I knew. But I knew it had to do something with being creative, and being at home with architecture and the mud between my toes.
I LOVE plants. They are all unique beasts. Pairing and combining each marvellous one with another gives me the warm and fuzzies. I continue to update my skills, taking courses in Interior Design, Floral Design and Colour Theory which all play a key role in complimenting my skills as a Landscape Designer.
When I’m not filling my brain with Latin plant terms or doodling design layouts on Starbucks napkins, you can find me kicking back, dockside, with my mini-me, a H&H magazine in hand, listening to Bobcaygeon.”