The existing old-growth trees and mature rhododendrons makes this 1918-built property feel like an ‘oasis’ in the urban city of Seattle.
A backyard that functions as an outdoor extension of the house, with multiple gathering places for talking, eating and relaxing.
A young family living in custom-built home wants to transform their rather bare-bones landscape into an outdoor extension of their home.
The client’s wish to see plenty of color in all seasons is fulfilled through the use of small trees, colorfully variegated shrubs, spring bulbs and herbaceous perennials.
Front porch appeal to herb garden to color in the parterre
A blank slate is transformed to colorful palette of yellows, maroons and greens with color in every season.