Some look at lake lots and see nothing but problems; our design team sees nothing but possibilities. Here is what we saw when we began this project. The fixed points we began our work with were the driveway, boathouse, firepit, and the house itself - we wanted to connect these elements with a complex of … Continue reading Possibilities
The latest from our crews: a patio adjunct to a state of the art liquid cooling system - aka a pool and patio! It's unarguable that floating in a patio pool is the perfect vantage point from which to view our beautiful Lake. There is a lot of expertise and effort underlying this pristine appearance. … Continue reading Pool Party!
As promised, here are the photos of the completed work on these two properties. Click on any photo to get a closer look. Contact us!
Preparation for summer Lake fun continues as our crews have finished another stone paver Lake access walkway. This is a Dublin Kiawah three-piece paver landing and walkway with an Ardennes Grey border accent, and four tan natural cut stone step inserts to ease the slope to the boat dock. Contact us!
Our guys have completed another bit of stonework, steps and a walkway to the lake coupled with pine needle mulch in the natural areas. And as one completes, another job gets started, this one involving grading and new plant material along the new walkway. The fun never stops for our crews around the Lake. See … Continue reading Stone Walk, Steps – and More!
Our guys have finished this long walkway to the Lake - more than a football field in length of River Street Laffit paver stones laid in an artful design. We detailed the progress of this impressive project here and here. Starting with the driveway, let's take a walk to the Lake and back on the … Continue reading A Long Walk
Work proceeds on this walkway project, which stretches from the driveway, around the house, and continues on down almost to the boathouse. Since our last post, not only is the walkway almost completed, but the Lincoln Creek stone slab steps have been installed, as has the firepit. As we said last post, the adapatable Belgard … Continue reading A Walk to the Lake Continued