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LANDSCAPE OHIO! MAGAZINE
|GARDEN STRUCTURES/PAVEMENTS, CATEGORY III
Landscapes by Terra, Inc.
Indian Coast random flagstone patterned pool deck surface provides the
extravagant space for entertaining and gathering. The curvilinear transition
area housed by Indian Coast coping is lit up at night to provide a safe, smooth
transition from indoors to the pool deck. The reclaimed barnwood gazebo
provides a gathering place for watching movies or waiting out a passing storm.
A walkway leads to a sunken firepit area with a natural stone border that serves
as extra seating! Low voltage lighting creates ambiance and security while
accentuating landscape and hardscape features
J. Barker Landscaping Company
Perched right on Lake Erie, this project was a total landscape makeover starting
at the front of the property with natural stone wingwalls. A bluestone walkway
lined with boxwood hedges and other plant material welcomes you to the front
door. The bluestone continues along the side garage door and into the
backyard where you will find a beautiful patio and stone fireplace. The pool is
also surrounded with a bluestone patio with ample space for entertaining. A 26
x 26 cantilevered Timberteck deck takes full advantage of the breathtaking
views of Lake Erie.
O'Neill Landscape Design and Installation, LLC
Large stadium steps serve as retention for the slope and for viewing pool
activities. The colors of the steps, patio, and stone veneer blend seamlessly with
the 1940’s house. The client wanted a large pool, but also a level area to play
football. The 36 inch tall kitchen island contains a refrigerator and trash
container. The 42 inch tall bar creates the perfect conversation space while
overlooking pool activities. The client was thrilled with the results: a comfortable
backyard getaway that can accommodate a large gathering.
This pool house addition matches the style of the home by use of the exact
materials and stonework per the Architectural Review Board. It is large enough
to hold a group of 50 people without the worry of weather, yet inviting enough
for a quiet get away spot with all the comforts of home. An attached pergola in
front offers shade and a transition area. The flooring is stamped concrete
designed to mimic wood planking and continues throughout the indoor living
space. Folding glass doors open up to make a seamless transition from outdoors
to indoors. The interior open floor plan allows for a full kitchen, seating area,
dining area, bathroom, storage, and floor-to-ceiling see through fireplace.