06 Nov What’s Trending In Residential Landscape Design?
Use your landscape design to give your property a unique personality of its own. If you are having trouble deciding what features to add to your exterior design, use the following trends to gain inspiration for your own yard.
Sustainable plants are always great options for residential landscaping projects, especially those in the desert. Homeowners across the country are opting for low-maintenance plants that create a beautiful landscape. If you want to add some life to your Tucson backyard without making a lot more work for yourself, you should consider plants that are aesthetically appealing but do not require much water, such as the many varieties of cacti and colorful low-maintenance shrubs and ground covers.
Instead of going over the top with outlandish hardscape design, homeowners are returning to a more natural appeal for their gardens. This kind of landscape design centers around natural features like plants and stones to create a subtle yet beautiful outdoor area that can enhance any home.
Water is a beautiful addition to any outdoor area and it can add a lot to your own landscape design. If you want to bring more life and movement to your outdoor area, you should consider adding a fountain or a water wall that adds more depth, texture, and life to your landscape design.
Outdoor Living Areas
If you live in a place like the desert Southwest that has so many beautiful days in a year, you should build a landscape design that allows you to enjoy it. Consider adding some outdoor furniture, tables, and decorative features that create a comfortable and inviting space.
No matter what you want to do with your residential landscaping, Santa Rita Landscaping can help you do it. Since 1985, we have provided some of the best landscape design services in Tucson. We can build and maintain your outdoor area to instantly improve your curb appeal and add some personality to your property. For more information on our services, visit us online or call (520) 623-0421.
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