Keating Road ProjectThe house, the landscape around it and the beautiful view were wonderful. But, the area above the bulkhead definitely needed a facelift.
Yelm Project When we began this project, all the homeowner really wanted was a place for a fire pit and a way to get down to it. He wanted it to be big enough to accommodate 12 or more people.
Yelm Project The area on the left side of this picture is the fire pit area and can be accessed from several different paths or stairways. A cedar split rail fence will soon be installed at the edge of the landscape and will separate it from the pasture.
Eld Inlet Residence: What a transformation! This project is definitely unique with the stamped concrete stairway leading to upper parking area.
The Ranch It seemed like the patio was too small and the afternoon heat was unbearable.
The RanchA much larger patio, an arbor for shade and complete with misters, speakers for sound and irrigation for hanging baskets, plus an outdoor kitchen, makes this patio much more inviting. The fire pit area on the right is well used.
Cyrene ProjectBasically what we had here was wall to wall lawn with native clay-like soil. This had to go.
Cyrene ProjectA covered arbor for winter barbecuing, a small patio with gas fire pit and bench height wall turned this back yard into something beautiful and enjoyable.
Eld Inlet ResidenceThe original landscape had no parking area for guests. Our goal was to create a more unique and colorful landscape, install a circular driveway, and design in a new parking area.
Eld Inlet ResidenceWhat a transformation! This project is definitely unique with the stamped concrete stairway leading to upper parking area.
Spanaway Lake 2The goal for this part of the landscape was to give the homeowner the ability to walk right down to the lake.
Spanaway Lake 2In keeping with the Japanese garden theme, the homeowner now has the ability to walk right down to the lake and enjoy the pristine view.