A Beautiful Landscape Doesn't Happen by Chance
Not only will a great landscape look good but can greatly increase the Value & Overall Look of your home/property.
Step by Step Design Planning
1. Consultation - I personally come meet with you to discuss general features we can implement to create a design that is right for you and your property.
Plant Options - A selection of plant varieties will be determined based of soil type, amount of sun, region and of course what aligns with your taste.
Hardscapes - Features such as waterscapes, fireplaces, and patios will be implemented if so desired or suggested to create an overall appeal.
Terrain - Sometimes terrain is something a design has to work around. Retaining walls, dry creeks, and water features are great at sculpting your land into something environmentally friendly while looking good all at once.
2. Layout - This step is to allow the client to see a general layout using terrain, plant options, and hardscapes to make any changes before any intricate designing is done.
3. Final Design - Once a layout is determined a detailed 3D and 2D design is put together to aid homeowners and business owners in seeing their property as it could be.
4 Principles To Follow When Designing A Landscape
Balance - When creating a layout it is important to create equilibrium whether the design is
Symmetrical (Items located around a central location)
Asymmetrical (Items appear equal but are not identically arranged)
Unity - Picking a theme is very important for your landscape, sometimes using too many species of plants or even types of material will remove the natural niche of nature creating an unappealing appearance.
Contrast - Bringing just enough variation to a landscape will help the eye naturally find distinction and want to view the entirety of the design.
Depth - Designing a wide landscape can be difficult if a focal point is not used to draw the eye to while also implementing height variations. This will allow your angle of viewing to have a sense of depth and keep a landscape from looking jumbled.