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When you esteemed guests are approaching the way to your home, they first encounter your façade contains a long walkway or driveway once they enter the door of your exterior landscape or garden.

Landscape Architects Love Natural Stone

The curb appeal of your landscape immediately catches the attention of your guest or passerby. The walk will remain smooth and engaging thanks to decorated sides with plants, flowers, shrubs, and trees with intense shadows.

Your porch is pleasing at first glance and inviting your guests warmly with various hues and designs on floors, walls, pillars, posts, and an entry door. Your guests will ring the bell and waiting for an entry. Meanwhile, they smelt the fresh fragrance from the flowers and plants nearby. It further augments their mood and getting charged with positive energy within.

In short, they highly impressed even before they watch your stunning interiors. Would you like to create such miracles in your exterior? It is only possible by hiring a seasoned and renowned landscape architect for your exterior design. Do you know how many types of landscape designs prevailing across the globe? Those are:

Mediterranean Landscape

 

Mediterranean Landscape

English Formal Landscape

 

English Formal Landscape

Asian Landscape

 

Asian Landscape

Cottage Landscape

 

Cottage Landscape

Desert Landscape

 

Desert Landscape

The Modern Landscape Design

 

The Modern Landscape Design

You might have noticed that all these couples of landscape designs have plenty of natural stones used in different elements differently. It poses an ultimate question of why landscape architects love natural stones such a way and use in abundance in their superior quality works? Let’s find the right answer to it.

No.1 – Natural Stones a Versatile Material in Landscape Design 

Exterior landscapes have various elements, such as

  • Façade
  • Porch
  • Decks
  • Backyard patio or garden patio in isolation
  • Swimming pool areas
  • Entry walkway
  • Driveway to garage or parking
  • Side plantations to a path with planters
  • Outdoor kitchen, barbeque, and grills
  • Outdoor furniture
  • Outdoor Lighting Features
  • Exterior facing walls of your building
  • Siding walls & foundation walls
  • Fire feature and fireplace
  • Water feature, streams, and water ponds/pools
  • Fountains
  • Retaining walls within a landscape
  • Boundary wall in the periphery
  • Entry gate
  • Stepping paths across the landscape spaces

All these mentioned components of your exterior home landscape can easily be decorated with appropriate natural stones, even running a theme across the entire landscape and exterior faces of your building.

 

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