Up to my eyeballs in pavers
We are about to begin a HUGE project- landscaping. That part of the reno slipped my mind, but not my husbands. So, in my home I have so many pavers that they’re all looking a like. I don’t think I ever realized how expensive landscaping was until we started to get bids…LOTS of bids.
Luckily, we have done some good negotiating and feel like we have made a good decision. I’m so excited to have it done because it will really take our home to the next level. We painted the brick like I had mentioned in one of my older posts, haven’t shown it yet b/c of how horrible our yard looks, but I know it will look great when it’s all said and done.
Our landscape architect, who is super talented and a great friend of Ryan’s put together an amazing plan for the front yard, but an even more awesome plan for the backyard! Did I mention the pool, yes there will be one and I’m willing to bet we’ll see our friends a lot more once it’s in- ha!
Here are some ideas we are toying with as we make final decisions…
|This is such a great look if you don’t want all grass|
|I think this driveway is amazing!|
I do love the idea of landscaping a circular driveway. It is the first thing people would see when they visit the house, so it would give them a good impression seeing that the driveway is also beautiful. I am looking forward to witnessing the outcome of your landscaping project! I bet it would be impressive after seeing the many great ideas you want to do!
Amber B (Simple Dwellings)
I love that second image with the pavers! Such great ideas! Thanks for stopping by my blog and following. 🙂
We have almost the same paver design at home like the first two. And I have to say that it can work both on the poolside and on a driveway. You did mention that you have a plan for the pool, right? ;] It is always nice to incorporate grass within your landscape, whether you’re using faux or genuine grass. But I would suggest that you opt for the drought-tolerant ones to keep a polished look easier. Anyway, did you follow through this plan?
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