This design is going to be a change in look and usability on a Nashville Tennessee property. The front yard will be more modernized while also keeping in mind that simple is better than overly full at the clients request. I am starting with posting the clients home as it stands today and then following with three initial graphic images of a basic shell that we can change to the clients needs.
Older Graphics we no longer use.
The new 3d graphic images representing the front yard are below:
New Front Yard Images Beyone This Point:
This image above shows two stone walls to add some structure to the landscape. One small wall at the property line and one near the driveway.
The plant on the corner is a Cap Yew and next to it are three Camelia ( Pink Icicle ). The image of the camelia is not exact.
From this view we can see in the curved wall are dwarf butterfly bush, along the walkway are Coral Bells ( Palace Purple ) and a Japanese Maple ( Coral Bark ) because
the landscape is in the shade the light green to yellow color will brighten up the area while being a contrast to the purple and other colors.
On this view below I have added some grasses next to the straight wall and in a later image I change them to smaller grasses so the wall can be seen better.
From the view below I want you to notice how I flared out the walkway to be more welcoming.
In the last view I have below I have added a Dwarf Alberta Spruce to the end of the wall bordering the neighbors property.
I have many more ideas for the front yard I would like to get some feedback on what I have here so I can put up more images that get closer to what you would like to see.
Option 2 Boulder and Wide Walkway
From this view above you can see the image below has a widened walkway and two new evergreens on either side of the walkway near the porch area. This is to announce the entryway formally.
I can take out anything or add anything, I am presenting ideas that will make you think differently about the space.
In the image below you can see a boulder has been added to the widened walkway with a Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Maiden Grass, and Sedum Angelina around the base.
Below you can see a view from the street of the widened stone walkway, new boulder and plants, along with the two Green Mountain Boxwoods that flank the entryway.
Please talk about the items in the above images and let me know what changes you would like to see. Talk to you soon.
Option 3 Rockery with Contrasting plants.
Rockery in the front yard with contrasting plants. A rockery contains boulders of differing sizes with a mix of plants that contrast by color and form.
I this image is a Fat Albert Blue Spruce, a Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Sweet Flag, May Night Salvia, Veronica Sweet Spire, and a Japanese Maple.
Colorful and interesting his welcomes you into your a different environment from the rest of the world.
A combination of manmade materials with complimenting and contrasting forms and colors keeps the space alive.
Back Yard Images Below This Point.
Here we can see the back yard is just a shell and needing the plants and hard surface in the landscape area.
In the images above and below I took out all grass and made the area simply bed area.
Below I added the other missing two hollies to show a completed privacy screen.
Below I have added a paver patio area with fire pit and seating is put to the far side as a focal point to call people out into the open area for socializing.
The large white rectangles where the screened porch is are actually a door for stepping out from the porch to the patio area. I have more to add to this design like the steps.
Here in the image below I have added an arbor. Everything about this design can change so please look at the images and discuss with each other so you can give me feedback about the look, and usability.
New more lush updated back yard landscape design images below ———————————————————————–
In the above image I have added two Skypencil Hollies in the corner by the Crape Myrtle, there are several Verigated Caladiums which look like mineature Elephant Ears with white in them.
You can also see purple petunias in the above image.
In this image above with the fire pit there are some new plants like Ostrich ferns, Judd Viburnum, Azaleas, and Verigated Hostas.
Here we see below I have taken out the Azaleas and Bench seating. I also moved the Caladiums from by the Japanese Maple to the spot where the bench was so it doesn’t look empty.
And Tadaaa! From a Graphic Landscape Design to a fantastic new Back Yard Outdoor Living Space!
If you would like a space like this one above give us a call or fill out our form on the contact page!
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