From elegant and traditional to fun and festive, there are endless outdoor lighting solutions to add holiday warmth and character to your home this season. Despite these many options, the key to a successful holiday lighting installation is to pick a theme before you begin.
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.
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.
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.
Forecasts for the region in 2020 show higher water levels than those experienced in 2019. We are seeing the highest water levels since 1986, and their effects are being felt by property owners, municipalities, state parks, and the general public in a big way.
From England’s monolithic Stonehenge rock formations to the extravagant palace gardens of Versailles in France to current-day trends in residential and commercial landscape architecture, the foundational elements of design have remained true over the course of time: line, form, color, and texture.