Hi there, hope you are having good day. Here are the first basic images which only represent the house. The next update will be the completed design.
Good day, in the design I have used all of the plants that you own currently. When I used them in many instances I have increased the number of them above what you already own to fill spaces or to create balance.
Here in the front yard the trees are three Forest Pansy Redbuds, and a Cherry Tree you already own near the gate to the back.
Here by the utilities I have used your Lilac and two more of the Veirigated Junipers.
On the side of the garage and just in front are Little Lime Hydrangeas, a Liberty Holly which is on a few corners in the design and Rose Creek Abelia.
Here along the side wall by the garage I have Pachysandra.
In the bed that comes off of the driveway and front walkway I have a boulder, Redbud, Veirigated Hostas, Little Lime Hydrangeas, and Irises.
Here in the front bed just off of the porch is your Rose on a trellis, Rose Creek Abelia in back, May Night Salvia in front and the entryway is flanked by two Green Mountain Boxwoods.
Here in the bed near the entryway I have put your Japanese Maple with a boulder, Hosta, Salvia, and another Green Mountain Boxwood.
In the back of the bed are Otto Luyken Laurels, in front of them are Rose Creek Abelia, a Liberty Holly on the corner and May Night Salvia in front.
Here in this bed we are hiding the utilities with a Redbud, Little Lime Hydrangea, and three Veirigated Junipers.
Now down this side yard I have Irises again along with Pink Blooming Spirea.
At the gate I have two Green Mountain Boxwoods again and inside of the gate are Laurels, and Rose Creek Abelia.
On the left in the above image you can see some evergreen small bushes, these are from the front beds along with some Green Hostas.
Since we are moving that Holly that is in the front bed to the back I have it placed in the corner of the bed with a matching one on the other side of the yard. I also put the Green Giant there for privacy and a matching one across the yard as well.
This view is from your neighbors across the back yard behind the trees. These plants are Bright and Tight Cherry Laurels and are on the back side of the fence.
Here in a row against the back fence you can see Little Lime Hydrangea.
In this area I put a picnic table and a patio just large enough to use with it because of our conversation.
Here looking back across the patio by the back door you can see the Green Hosta.
The multicolored flowers are Endless Summer Hydrangea, and in the corner is Gold Dust Aucuba.
In the above image you can see the Coral Bells near the stepping stones and Peonies along the wall and three by the fence. This is your North facing side so they will work well there.
In the images below I have put white blooming Dogwoods so you can compare the looks of Forest Pansy vs Dogwoods in the front yard.
Have a great day and I will talk with you soon.