Working closely with LRK Architects, this middle Tennessee landscape provides beautiful garden spaces and connections. Indiana limestone landings and turf steps were designed to connect indoor/outdoor views throughout.
A striking house fit for a rockstar family that utilizes soft textures of grasses and evergreen shrubs against the minimalist architectural features.
An active Middle Tennessee swimming pool is softened by a boxwood and hydrangea garden providing privacy and a sense of enclosure. A curved, boxwood-lined walkway leads to a convenient friend’s entry gate.
This sunny Tennessee garden incorporates subtle texture changes in pathways that connect the pool terrace and rear porches. A collection of native perennials and ornamental grasses dance in the breeze while being bordered by low boxwood plantings.
leiper's fork distillery
A lush boxwood garden connects this 200-year-old cabin and tasting room with an award-winning whiskey distillery. Reclaimed cedar and regionally quarried stone create beautiful paths for visitors and tour groups.
This small, urban cottage garden focuses on a creek rock drainage feature and hydrangea collection. The hardscape utilizes a regionally quarried stone crossing, separating the outdoor living and dining areas.