28 Jun Designing the Details – Your Landscape Design
Designing a landscape is so much more than just about plants and patios. What do you remember about a special landscape? The maple trees, the bed of petunias, the driveway? It’s not the specifics, but the feel of the space that evokes memories. With landscape design the space is multi-dimensional, artistic and sensory. It’s not just about what plants go where, it’s about all the landscape ideas you have when determining how to landscape your property and the materials and supplies needed.
Landscape Design using Container Pots and Outdoor Lighting Features, Schmechtig Landscapes, Lake Forest, IL.
Our landscape designers look at the site from many views when creating a landscape design. Creating a feeling is what landscape design is all about. One aspect of design that should not be overlooked is the use of structures in the landscape. Unique landscape structures add dimension and interest to any design. A custom designed pergola, which supports a client’s favorite fragrant plant, may be a design focus. Or a pergola that not only protects a family from the afternoon sun, but repeats an architectural element of the home is as important as the plants and hardscapes.
Landscape Design with Pergola, Schmechtig Landscapes, Winnetka, IL.
Each design should be unique to the owners, their home, property and desires. By incorporating unique pieces of sculpture (fountains, pots and statues) as well as custom built structures such as gazebos, pergolas and arbors, the design becomes personal. Landscape design is more than just placing plants; garden structures have become an integral element as well, and should be an important part of each project.
Historic Landscape Preservation using statue, pergola and pots, Wilmette, IL., Schmechtig Landscapes
Fire Pit Design, Schmechtig Landscapes, Winnetka, IL.