From creating a formal courtyard to a private space for entertaining, these tips are sure to provide a guide to creating a perfect front yard design.
Calimesa, CA (PRWEB) July 28, 2011
Making over a front yard landscape can be an exciting new project to take on. LandscapingNetwork.com has put together three helpful tips for front yard landscaping that will transform any front yard into a pleasing and inviting space. Tips include accompanying video and photos detailing how these looks can be achieved.
When considering a new landscaping project, most often homeowners will focus on the back yard space, but it’s important to not neglect the front of the house, as well. LandscapingNetwork.com has compiled three professional tips for making over a front yard. They cover:
1. The use of walls to emphasize an entrance and add privacy.
2. How to create a grand entrance with a wide walkway and arbor
3. How to properly incorporate a meadow, instead of a typical lawn
The site further recommends homeowners and designers think about incorporating design elements that will increase the curb appeal of the home, complementing its architecture and surroundings. From creating a formal courtyard to a private space for entertaining, these tips are sure to provide a guide to creating a perfect front yard design.
For further information on landscaping front yards, and front yard landscaping pictures, visit LandscapingNetwork.com.
LandscapingNetwork.com works with a team of professional landscape designers and writers to bring together the very best landscaping resources and information available. Homeowners, landscape designers and architects can also stay up-to-date through the site’s training and events section, offering the latest on upcoming industry shows, classes and more.
For consumers ready to turn their landscaping design dreams into reality, the site offers a handy, easy-to-use Find a Landscaper directory to find local landscape designers and contractors throughout the United States and Canada.
For more on landscaping designs and ideas, landscaping photos and more, visit LandscapingNetwork.com.
Article photo courtesy of Alida Aldrich Landscape Design in Santa Barbara, CA. Attached photo courtesy of Studio H Landscape Architecture in Newport Beach, CA.