Terrace and Landscape Design

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The Master Plan for this design was to create a space for our clients that allows for relaxation and entertaining while honoring the 1930s Neo-gothic elements found in the parapet, such as the Gothic motifs and finials. We utilized a mix of classic and modern elements, such as the Restoration Hardware French Beam Concrete & Teak Table and Provence Bucket Chairs, and IPE, Brazilian Walnut, flooring.

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Weathered-grey tones and intricate Chippendale latticework found in the teak sofa work well with the classic elements and vibrant green tones found in the dwarf boxwood hedge.

A Return to my Roots as a Farmer’s Daughter

“When I walked on to this terrace for the first time I started pulling weeds from the antique concrete planters. This project was a reconnection with my roots, my deep relationship with nature, and the pure enjoyment of creating something beautiful in an outdoor space”.

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The Provence Bucket Chair by Restoration Hardware adds natural and organic elements and provides comfortable seating.

An outdoor lantern adds a rustic element and provides ambiance to the space.

The Gothic motif takes center stage nestled perfectly in between two custom planters.

The Pennisetum Setaceum, a fountain grass, stands up well to the terrace elements and provides visual interest and movement.