Town and Country, Missouri

Front and Backyard

Designing a landscape for a new home that sits on 1 1/2 sloped but almost bare acre lot in Town & Country Missouri was made easier since we worked in tandem with the homeowner very early on in the home construction stages.

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Patio Designer St. Louis

Patios, Pathways, and Greenery

Our Clients' wishlist included a Circular Driveway, Space for Larger Parties, A secluded gathering area, and lush plantings that would fit perfectly with the rest of the site.

Circular Driveway Architect St. Louis

Circular Driveway

The owners wanted a circular driveway for cars to drop off guests at the front in a gracious style.

Minimize Side Doorway, Play Up Front Door

Many homeowners like the idea of entering their home through a side or back doorway to avoid traffic in more public living areas. These clients, however, wanted the front door to remain the main entry.

Trio of Patios

The primary patio reached by a slight drop that necessitated three steps lands you right between the two spaces, one smaller one for everyday use, and the larger one used together with the smaller one and connecting area for larger parties.

Finishing Touches

To add more of a feeling of patina, we planted a wide variety of materials that include boxwood, liriope, hostas, lilacs, red sunset maples, Norway spruces, Austrian pines, and holly.

A Mailbox to Match

We also built a mailbox from stone with brick detailing and peaked roof shape to duplicate the home, and installed path lighting throughout.

Patios, Pathways, and Greenery

Our Clients' wishlist included a Circular Driveway, Space for Larger Parties, A secluded gathering area, and lush plantings that would fit perfectly with the rest of the site.

  • Circular Driveway Architect St. Louis

    Circular Driveway

    The owners wanted a circular driveway for cars to drop off guests at the front in a gracious style.

  • Minimize Side Doorway, Play Up Front Door

    Many homeowners like the idea of entering their home through a side or back doorway to avoid traffic in more public living areas. These clients, however, wanted the front door to remain the main entry.

  • Trio of Patios

    The primary patio reached by a slight drop that necessitated three steps lands you right between the two spaces, one smaller one for everyday use, and the larger one used together with the smaller one and connecting area for larger parties.

  • Finishing Touches

    To add more of a feeling of patina, we planted a wide variety of materials that include boxwood, liriope, hostas, lilacs, red sunset maples, Norway spruces, Austrian pines, and holly.

  • A Mailbox to Match

    We also built a mailbox from stone with brick detailing and peaked roof shape to duplicate the home, and installed path lighting throughout.

A New Curbside Look

Altogether, we brought in 350 yards of soil, and raised up berms 30 inches. This careful placement disguised the driveway without hiding the front door, and grass planted in the berms softens the new hardscape.

A Patio for Each Occasion

With a series of different patios for each occasion, the homeowners can now enjoy and entertain family, friends and gets in a variety of ways.

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