The Skilken home's organic glass shape, designed by renowned architect Bart Prince, shimmers in the sun, as seen on HGTV's Amazing Water Homes. Red potted flowers stand out in a line in front of the home's facade.
Located at 600 Goodale in downtown Columbus, Ohio this mid-rise apartment complex chose synthetic turf to create an attractive common space for its residents by installing a durable synthetic lawn that never requires mowing. The residents whose doors face the corridor especially appreciate this.
To make this idyllic backyard feel even more private, Dayton, Ohio’s Grunder Landscaping Company planted a row of Juniperus chinensis 'Keteleeri' trees, forming an evergreen screen that obscures the street year-round.
With a fire pit on your patio, you’ll want to spend time outside even as temperatures grow chilly. Just imagine roasting hot dogs or s’mores as you cozy up to the blazing warmth. Columbus, Ohio’s Hidden Creek Landscaping built this one to blend in with the house’s Tennessee flagstone.
The homeowner's love for modern design is merged with the native forest and grass meadows of the Midwest on this 24-acre Ohio property. Designer Nick McCullough created lush mixed borders that transitioned between the dark modern pool house and the classic Georgian architecture of the brick main house. Plants with dramatic foilage, including 'Black Magic' elephant ears, add to the modern look. This project won a 2015 Association of Professional Landscape Designers award.