Take your landscaping to another level by creating interesting focal points in places and spaces you might not have explored before. From your home’s exterior walls to your lawn, we’re not leaving any stone unturned to design it and show its maximum potential.
Treat your home’s exterior walls as a blank canvas.
Most often overlooked for landscaping design, your home’s exterior walls give plenty of vertical space for your landscaping ideas. By simply propping up a trellis, you can extend your landscaping concept upwards and blend your existing design with your home.
Line up your home with simplified pergolas.
If trellises look too invasive and messy for your eye, simplified pergolas give your home patches of flowers. Aside from the controlled space that puts an aerial border on a seemingly monotonous wall, you also make your home stand out from afar.
Create a faux water feature to save on water.
If installing a running water feature will make a serious dent on your water bill, why not create a dry river bed instead? Fill it with gravel and create an equally interesting space without the cost.
Establish sitting areas near your landscape design.
What’s the use of a master planned landscape if you do not have a comfortable place from which to admire it? Create spaces for interaction and admiration and get more landscaping inspiration by spending more time seeing your outdoors.
Pave your pathway in a different shade.
While going green with different hues for your flowers is the usual route landscape artists take, how about let the colors bleed onto your patio surface materials as well? Instead of choosing the normal and regular neutral colored materials, go for eclectic colors and see your simple paved patio gain attention. Elevate your curb appeal which will last a lifetime.