This Park Hill client had just completed a remodel which included a new concrete patio and asked us to assist in finishing their backyard. They wanted a contemporary look with a fire pit, planters, a place for grilling, trees for privacy from the neighbors and lush foliage for this shady back yard. A prefabricated fire … Continue reading "Park Hill Contemporary Remodel"
Our client had a narrow and underused back/side yard that consisted of a single tree with a small area of grass and mulch. They wanted an extension of their existing concrete slab patio with privacy from the alley for a family hangout. They also wanted a space to grow vegetables and compost. Budget prohibited treatment … Continue reading "Intimate Family HangOut"
This client had plans to relocate to Denver from San Francisco when they contracted with Urban Gardens long distance to design their backyard which was a blank slate in the Lowry neighborhood. Their vision for the backyard was to have a space with a “Colorado Zen” feel and an elegant, minimalist aesthetic. They wanted to … Continue reading "Colorado Zen"
This family owns a beautiful old home on Park Hill’s historic 17th Avenue Parkway. Their backyard was a long, narrow yard with a lot of lawn, large overgrown plants, a different style of old worn fence on each side of the property, and a small rectangular patio against the house. They were interested in reducing … Continue reading "Historic 17th Avenue Parkway"
When we first met with these clients who live in the Stapleton Development in NE Denver, they were unhappy with their builder landscaping. They wanted more interest for their front yard with a raised bed, a little grass and landscape lighting we encouraged them to consider redesigning their front steps which were not wide enough … Continue reading "Craftsman Style"