Designing the perfect hardscaping project takes time, research, and a whole lot of inspiration. You could spend days browsing the internet looking at beautiful patios and yards without really figuring out why the yards in those pictures look good. Here, we are going to go a little deeper and talk about a few general guidelines to help make your next hardscaping project design looks as good as the ones on the internet.
Stick with the Style
Matching your hardscaping style to your house’s architecture is a great way to keep a cohesive appearance across your property. This doesn’t mean you have to use brick if you have a brick house, it’s just a reminder that eclecticity is best left to decorating and not building.
If you’re looking for a centerpiece to your hardscaping project, look no further. A fire pit or fireplace is a great gathering spot and helps extend the patio season into the colder months. Looking for something that’ll really get people talking? A fire and water bowl is a striking and attractive feature to add to your yard that will be sure to turn heads.
Hardscaping is not just covering every inch of your yard with stone (although you can if you want to). Work with the natural aspects of your yard that enticed you into buying your home in the first place. Use hardscaping to highlight the natural advantages your property already has.
Paradise Pools does Hardscaping!
At Paradise Pools, we believe in providing top quality products in a low-pressure atmosphere. We never want our clients to feel pressured into investing in a pool they do not completely love: we want you to choose Paradise Pools because you truly feel like we are the right fit for you. We are proud to say that we are not a volume builder because we prefer to take on fewer clients to ensure that we are able to focus on building pools to the best of our ability. Our clients’ satisfaction is our biggest priority and we go above and beyond to ensure that you are completely happy with the finished product.