What’s Trending in Outdoor Kitchens

Homeowners have found themselves spending more time outdoors in the last year than ever before and are capitalizing on the options available for their outdoor living spaces. Conventional patios and outdoor kitchens have evolved over recent years into living areas with entertainment, shelter capabilities, and ever-increasing amenities.

Digital Landscape Design for the DIYer

One of the quickest ways to add curb appeal to homes or businesses is landscaping. It can also be extremely costly, starting at about $8,000 to $10,000, depending on what’s to be done. For some, that’s a luxury that isn’t affordable or attainable. What if there was a company who helped you with the design, gave you a template on all the plants needed, told you where to plant them, and drew up a digital design of what your new yard could look like? Well, there is!

Keep Cool in a Custom Pool

Swimming pools and summer are synonymous for many of us. With an ever-increasing number of options, in-ground pools are starting to have personality. From zero-entry slopes and sun shelves to infinity edges and waterfalls, custom pools are the new wave.

Level-Up Your Curb Appeal

There are many great ways to improve your home’s curb appeal, like using your door as a pop of color or adding planters and landscaping. But one of the best ways to refresh the exterior is with updated lighting. It not only acts as a design element but can give different layers of light and add a lot of value to your home! Here are a few ways you can level-up your curb appeal with outdoor lighting.

Living on the Edge: Bringing Relaxed Spaces to Tricky Terrain

Many waterfront homes feature a hillside between the house and the water's edge. This can be a problematic and attractive attribute at the same time. At first glance, a steep hillside can seem like a grueling landscape design challenge, but what the average homeowner often misses is the beautiful potential it holds.

The Future of Privacy Fencing

Privacy fencing has long been a staple of the American landscape. Whether used for property definition, safety, or screening, its uses are many. Traditional wood fences are economical, but in the last few decades, privacy fencing has been increasingly used as an architectural element in the landscape.

Your Office Space Reimagined!

While many are now working from home, a select few are taking it a step further and working productively outside in nature. The mental and physical health benefits of spending time outdoors are well documented and can enhance your work experience as long as the space is carefully selected, planned, and constructed.

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