Traditional wooden decking was restored under a covered porch overlooking lawns below and the pool beyond.
Tufo Stone from Italy creates a platform for a natural moss blanket.
Judiciously placed seating options crafted from diverse materials complement Ashfield Stone patio.
Stamped concrete surrounding this space is flexible enough to serve as both decking and patio
This unique patio configuration allows for multiple uses.
Complementary curves of garden and patio soften the right angles of the property.
Herringbone patterned brick naturally promotes movement from one part of the patio to the other.
Irregular bluestone patio edged with American Beachgrass naturally extends the beauty of the rocky beach below.
Thermal fired extra-hard bricks were used to create this English Country garden.
An informal Ashfield Stone terrace doubles as an herb garden and a restful overlook.
Illuminations extend our appreciation of this majestic sugar maple and the historic farmhouse beyond.
Subtle fixtures blend beautifully with natural elements such as rocks, grasses and perennials.
Up-lit bamboo and down-lit wall define as well as beautify both plants and hardscape.
Subtle variations in color both of plantings and materials unify this small but diverse space on Marlboro Street in Boston's Back Bay neighborhood.
A sunken courtyard below street level is made even more magical by water spilling over rocks into a pool where koy fish play.
A firepit placed a short distance from a sprawling deck provides a year-round retreat.
This private oasis was carved out of a long, narrow space.