Wanting to showcase the water as much as possible, the landscape architects kept the backyard manicured yet minimal in detail. A row of large boulders and trees line the side of the lawn as a boundary from the neighbor's property, thus providing natural beauty and privacy.
Well-maintained and positively green, the back lawn of the estate invites both adults and kids alike to enjoy the great outdoors. The surrounding trees provide both shade and privacy on the spacious property.
With stacks of firewood, two lounge chairs and a couple of lanterns, this corner of the backyard is positively enchanting. An industrial-style fence prevents the kiddos from wandering out of sight as well.
In the distance, the Kousa Dogwood acts as a focal point to pull the eye through the front pathway along with the low Liriope in the foreground. Designer tip: Soft textures and colors, like in these hydrangeas, evoke a feeling of being able to wander and get lost in relaxation.