Today we want to tackle hardscapes patios, grill areas, and the like and talk about the impact they can have on your backyard, and how we approach these different landscape approaches at Green Pro. It’s important to state from the outset that every GreenPro landscape design is always balanced with a combination of hardscapes and softscapes. This means that if you want to create a paved patio off the main living area in your home , your design should also include softscapes or plantings to soften the area and provide you the perfect ambiance, where guests feel welcome and at ease.
While many homeowners may have dreams of owning a large home with a palatial estate, complete with large yards, oftentimes they have to try to figure out how to make do with the properties they have. But just because you may have a home with a small amount of square footage does not mean you cannot maximize your space. Read below!
Just because winter is cold does not mean you do not have to lose your ability to enjoy your outdoor patio area! At GreenPro we often find that our clients do not want to lose their outdoor patio areas for up to six months a year just because it’s cold. As a result, we have developed some tricks and tips to help homeowners who want to make their outdoor areas warm and inviting no matter the season.
The holidays, in particular, can be a beautiful time to be out in nature enjoying all that your property has to offer, but you need a gathering place where family and friends can feel warm and welcome amidst the cold winter air. The secret to these outdoor gathering places? A fire pit one that can provide both light and heat, and create the atmosphere for family and friends that you long for your property to offer.
While it’s common for people to set goals when it comes down to personal and professional goals, it’s also common for homeowners to have goals when it comes to home improvement. And yet, in addition to home improvement and repair, homeowners also often want to make changes to their landscape and property design. But they have no idea on where to start? Take a look below to get started!
Thanksgiving and Christmas are just around the corner, and one of the hallmarks of the season at least for Oklahomans is for families to bundle up and visit homes in the area that have made lighting their homes a yearly tradition. Bright ornaments in red, silver, and gold tones add a pop of color to décor, and then be sure to light the porch with a soft overhead glow that emphasizes the door and the greenery and color! A festive holiday wreath and bucket of birch branches complete the look. These are just a few ideas to get you in the festive holiday landscape design mentality.