Tudor Traditional

1930's revival!  The design objective for this beautiful home was to enhance the historical architecture, add a courtyard with furniture and LED lighting for evening lounging, use a low maintenance plant palette that still had a lush look, replace the existing lawn with a more drought resistant variety, and incorporate aesthetic details that stayed true to the era (custom high-low picket fencing and pottery that mimics the moss covered terra cotta so prevalent in 1930's gardens).  These clients now spend many hours in their once unused front garden space!  

Photo Credits: www.peanutportraits.com

Stacie Taylor-Cima