Hardscaping is an aspect of landscaping that provides structure and functionality to outdoor areas. Hardscaping refers to any man-made structure within landscaping design that is made of inanimate materials like gravel, brick, wood, pavers, or stone. Any solid structure in an outdoor area that is not plant life is considered hardscape. Hardscaping any structure on your property may be costly, but it can increase the value of your home. Features like swimming pools, a fire pit, an outdoor kitchen, or flagstone patio tiles can make your outdoor space more liveable and add to the visual appeal, functionality, and value to your home.



New construction or renovation, we provide 3D conceptual renderings and plans of our designs that are inclusive of swimming pools, patios, screen enclosures, driveways, firepits, outdoor kitchens, pergolas, fountains and landscaping. We also provide budgeting, permitting, and coordination services for our projects.


We have a fabulous source of suppliers for all types of fire pits, fountains and water features or we can design and build custom hardscape features.


Outdoor kitchens create the perfect ambiance for entertaining guests. A Grilling Island can take your outdoor entertaining to a whole new level. Having a grill is great, but having an outdoor kitchen opens up new possibilities in the world of outdoor cooking. Prepare full meals and take advantage of all the amenities that are available in today’s Grilling Islands. Whether you are looking for a custom or pre-fabricated Island, our team will assist you in designing the right outdoor kitchen for your needs.


The driveway occupies an important place in overall home and property design. When planning your driveway, it is important to consider budget, curb appeal and durability. Be sure to be sure to factor in the varying long-term costs associated with different types of driveways. While a paver driveway carries relatively high up-front installation costs, maintaining one isn’t expensive. Gravel, on the other hand, is perhaps the least expensive to install but requires the sort of regular maintenance that doesn’t come cheap. As viewed from the street, your driveway can make a big impression on the look of your house. And certain materials complement certain architectural styles more than others. What kind of traffic will your driveway be getting? Will there be lots of heavy trucks on it, or just passenger cars? How will you accommodate guest’s cars? Whatever material you decide to use for your driveway, make sure you take time to lay it out right.




A modern or contemporary garden is characterized by a sleek, streamlined and sophisticated style. Modern garden designs draw on the simplicity of Asian design practices. Generally, a modern garden places more focus on the architecture and materials than on the plants and greenery. Geometric shapes and repeating patterns are often employed in contemporary outdoor spaces. The main idea is to create a garden that has a controlled and organized appearance.


While the tropical landscaping garden style has traditionally fit well with with Mediterranean and other coastal landscape design styles, a bit of it’s influence is finding its way into the ideas of a lot of other styles of designs as well. Whether you want a uncluttered landscape with a few tropicals blended or a virtual jungle around your pool area, we will assist you in planning for the aesthetic that is right for you.


South Florida has a wide variety of native plants that are both attractive and useful as landscape plants. The species listed herein grow well in urban landscape settings in part or all of south Florida without much fuss – assuming they are planted in the right place in the landscape.


Made famous in the countrysides of Greece, France and Italy, Mediterranean themed gardens have influenced many gardeners with their soft colors, gravel walkways, brightly patterned tiles, clipped hedges, informal and drought tolerant plantings. Not to mention the delightful scent offered by an amazing number of plants that are well suited for our Florida climate.
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