Roman from Landscape 2000 uses materials on hand in unique ways to create one-of-a-kind pieces that function and look beautiful. Here he has used 24"x24" concrete slabs for the patio and taken those same slabs to create garden seating. Placing them on planters and cutting the slabs to size and voila! - you have garden furniture!
Beginning with a graceful curve, Old Countrystone Paving Stone invites us into the yard. The paving stone set on the diagonal adds movement and enlarges the space. The irregular stepping stones bridge the gap between the circular paving stone patio and walkway. Really nice blend of landscape materials!
Fiberclay planters were converted to function as fountain fixtures; spilling into the concrete trough with repeating fountainhead nozzles that create movement and sound. In-pond lighting makes this feature even more exotic at night! The simplicity of classic 2' x 2' Abbotsford Concrete slabs define the space with a contemporary flair.
Ponds are perfect places for peace, quiet and a little respite in a hectic world
Perfect pairing of hardscape, garden and water feature. Garden party anyone?
The Aquascape Spillway Bowl and Basin allow for lots of installation possibilities. Can be installed as a stand alone disappearing water feature, or incorporated into a pond. Several spillway bowls can be linked together for a one of a kind display. Beautiful!
Details here are what make an outdoor space a room to live in.
Art in the garden! Our supplier "Cast Art Studios" promotes BC artisans with talent and imagination. Statuary, wall art, benches and bird baths can all create the element of surprise and whimsy, while pulling together your garden design.
What's not to love about topiary! And for those of who may lack a "green thumb" we have artificial topiaries at Creative Bricks n Blocks to create the same effect.
Anyone could create this garden in a small space, rooftop or deck. Easy on the eye! We provide the planters, you provide the inspiration.