Regardless of your home’s architectural style or your personal tastes, you want your home to appear connected to the surrounding space. By taking cues from the architecture of your home, its materials and the surroundings, your house can blend seamlessly with the landscape. That is not to say that it must be a literal interpretation … Continue reading "LANDSCAPE STYLES to Inform and Inspire your Dream Landscape"
This client wanted a mid-century modern feel for their new contemporary home, a style characterized by clean, simple lines, functional beauty and natural hues. Their wish list included less grass and more planting areas, an expanded patio, a fireplace to provide privacy from the alley, a different style fence and a more level back yard. … Continue reading "Mid-Century Modern"
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"
Our clients had a large yard by Stapleton standards that did not include any builder landscaping other than a single tree. They wanted a contemporary Asian feel with lawn, a sitting area around a fire pit, a shaded dining area, fruit trees, raised vegetable beds and a zen garden. Before Concrete was chosen as a … Continue reading "Contemporary Asian"
Before These clients wanted a design for their uninteresting, builder-grade backyard where the adults, children and pet dogs could coexist. They wanted a Portland Inspired casual seating area and outdoor kitchen, some art and a way to better connect their underused covered concrete porch with the rest of the yard. First, the children’s playhouse was … Continue reading "Portland Inspired"