Installing a fire pit is a great way to add ambience and utility to your outdoor space. Whether making s’mores and singing campfire songs in the fall or warming up after a late afternoon swim in the summer, these Appling homeowners sought a space to relax with family and the result is a perfect addition to their yard. We designed a circular patio to mirror the round fire pit. In keeping with the established theme, the raised seating walls are in a complementary curved shape. The patio uses pavers in Templehurst Sierra, and the fire pit and seating walls use Desert Grand.
Is your backyard lacking a place to spend time with friends and family? We can help you create a space that incorporates both landscaping and hardscaping to draw people outside – and together. Here is another example of a fire pit we incorporated into a larger hardscaping project. Don’t keep talking about what you’d like to do in your yard. Contact us today, and we can help you get started.
We love helping homeowners improve the form and function of their property. In this Martinez backyard, we installed a retaining wall in harvest blend. Adjacent to the wall, we installed a new paver patio, creating a large flat surface for an outdoor dining table or hosting an outdoor gathering. Between the retaining wall and the patio, we added flower beds with shrubs and mulch, adding visual interest and warmth to the space. Finally, we installed a privacy fence that runs the length of their backyard.
Whether you add one new element or several, Between the Edges can help you transform your outdoor space into something that fits the unique needs of your family. Use our online contact form or call us today to get started.
This Grovetown backyard in a newer construction neighborhood began as an undefined, blank canvas. Now, the space has layers of visual interest with a new tiered paver patio and complementary landscaping. The paver patio features two different edge styles – one straight and the other rounded – to create visual interest and complement the unique shapes of the hot tub and fire ring. In addition to the hardscaping, we also added multiple landscaped flower beds, featuring knockout roses, gardenias, sunshine ligustrum, tea olives, Italian cypress and brown mulch. This outdoor space is now ready for year-round entertaining, regardless of the temperatures.
Do you have a blank canvas on your property? We can help. Want to see more? Here’s another outdoor patio with a fire pit we completed last year. If you’d like to discuss your ideas for your backyard or another outdoor space, contact us today.
We installed an updated walkway and patio in this beautiful Augusta backyard. Both the walkway and patio are made of pavers in Roma Autumn to complement the existing brickwork. Now, whether walking from the house to eat on the patio or entering through the side gate, this outdoor space is ready for today’s modern entertaining.
Whether your outdoor space needs some tweaking or a complete overhaul, contact us today to discuss your landscape and hardscape needs.
This backyard in Grovetown is summer-ready. We installed a retaining wall with a curved edge in Harvest Blend that runs the width of the yard. The wall helps define the pool and outdoor living spaces, while helping prohibit undesired erosion.
A well-built retaining wall can offer both practical benefits and aesthetic appeal, whether as a single project or part of a larger landscaping plan. Contact us today to make your landscaping vision a reality.
For this landscape project in Martinez, we planned and built retaining walls with Penta ledge stone to protect the landscape from erosion while adding the visual appeal of raised plant beds. We used a variety of plants suited to the Augusta climate and finished them off with fresh brown mulch.
The landscaping design’s foliage included Limelight Hydrangea, Japanese Anise, Nellie Stevens, Miscanthus Adagio, Cleyera Japonica, Lily of the Nile (blue), Camelia Sasanqua (pink), Podocarpus Pringles, Secretia Purple Heart, Fragrant Tea Olive, Canna Lily Mix, and some annuals (Lorapedulum Purple Diamond and Sedum Veriagated).
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The crisp falls and mild winters of the CSRA make outdoor living a possibility almost year round. For this house in Evans, we used Roma Autumn for the paver patio and stone steps and built a fire pit with Bluestone.
Are you in search of landscaping ideas for your backyard? Are you looking for the right landscaping company to help you update your outdoor space? Contact us to learn more.
The team at Between the Edges completed the landscaping for the beautiful Governor Nathan Deal Campus for Innovation at the Georgia Cyber Center (Hull McKnight Building). Phase one of their tailored commercial landscape design included planting trees and bushes, shaping and constructing plant beds, laying brick accent in the walkways, and sod installation. Phase two will include landscaping of Riverwalk and of their outdoor roof patio!
Up the “wow” factor of your business office by enhancing it’s curb appeal with the help of our landscape architect and talented landscaping team. Contact us to learn more.
Upkeep of a backyard pool is more than just caring for the pH of the water. Most homeowners consider their residential landscaping a part of the pool upkeep plan. For these North Augusta residents, our team created an oasis by not only installing a concrete patio and matching pavers, tailored to their yard, but also decorated the edges of the pool with azaleas, nandinas, camellias, and three tea olives. Finishing touches included some black mulch in the plant beds.
The result is a tranquil space the homeowners can enjoy year round, even while the pool is covered. Would you like a beautiful and sustainable residential landscaping plan for your backyard? Contact us to begin our design process!
For this backyard pool in North Augusta, SC, the area needed a way to prevent erosion from encroaching on their pool and patio area. We built this retaining wall to compliment the lively plants and palms, but to also protect the pool. All the homeowner needs now are some sunglasses and a cold beverage. Cheers to outdoor living!