Discussing the ferocity of this winter has become as much a constant as bemoaning Atlanta traffic. While we can’t control the forecast (or the commuter woes), we can offer a blissful peek into a pastoral local garden and bring some sweet dreams of springtime. Our friends at Floralis reveal this glorious project they did for a Buckhead client, adding outdoor dining space and expanding the garden after a pool and pool house renovation. They took full advantage of complete outdoor living possibilities, creating a captivating environment that accommodates al fresco entertaining, as well as …. Read More >>
Landscaping in limited space can be a challenge for many residents. Older neighborhoods typically have smaller lots, and even in communities where yards are larger, there often are areas that need to be addressed on a small scale. Read More…
December begins Monday, so it’s time to make yourselves a list — not for Santa — but for your own outdoor winter “to do” projects.
Surprisingly, there are many things to accomplish during this last month of the year. And hopefully, our Texas winter will give us some mild temperatures and sunny days.
Below, I list several of the more common tasks for December, understanding not everyone will be doing the same projects. And just maybe some of you will see something you would like to try: Read More…
The 11-foot-tall by 9-foot wide custom gray and tan stone fireplace anchors an alcove of their large backyard patio in Troy. On a crisp fall afternoon, pots of mums added color on either side of it. Four sturdy metal chairs with soft green cushions were arranged around a glass coffee table in front of it.
Outdoor Patios and Decks have been notorious as a place for family and friends to gather for those special moments and occasions in life, such as birthday parties, seasonal holidays or weekend barbecues.