Traditionally Follies were a Victorian idea to create interest to the walks and vistas of large country houses. A few of our customers have emulated this style, albeit on a generally smaller scale. We have one customer who has the top section of a Spire from the rebuild of Salisbury cathedral, another who has a petrified tree stump in the middle of their lawn, another requested a stone archway to a path that leads nowhere, another a gypsy caravan as corner piece in a small walled garden. With either reclaimed components or using those from a specialist supplier, it is possible to recreate ruined towers and monasteries with gothic stone arches and stone mullioned windows, even if only a crumbling wall with ivy growing over it remains. We have built a few we would like to do more if it is the sort of thing that appeals for your garden, we would be happy to discuss the possibilities.