Designing for an outdoor living space that already has some hardscape features present doesn’t have to involve getting rid of those existing structures. Rather, the new design should enhance the current elements by using complementary materials and consistent design features.
The size of your property shouldn’t discourage you from creating a beautiful and functional backyard. Even small spaces can be transformed with the proper hardscaping design. Unfortunately, many homeowners believe that they need a significant amount of space to add hardscaping features. That just isn’t the case.
The Awakenings Center for Inner Healing and Empowerment is an incorporated non-profit public charity that aims to help members of the community with various types of spiritual healing practices. Located in Asheville, North Carolina, the Awakenings Center welcomes anyone who is looking for personal healing of the mind, body, or spirit, with a focus on […]
In 2017, we installed a rose garden at the Veterans Healing Farm in Hendersonville to help improve the drainage in an area of the farm’s land that wasn’t a favorable spot for growing. With its raised beds and compass rose design, the garden has grown to be a beautiful and meaningful addition to the property.