Each week, Mark and I are 'weeding' through the landscape of outdoor design products and ideas, and finding the most compelling landscape design items, and feature three that go well together. These elements are old and new, and vary in terms of purpose. The posts are then archived in this section week by week, hopefully serving as inspiration to your design process.
So if you miss a week, don't panic, you can find it here.
Texture can be brought into a garden in very unexpected ways. This week, we pulled a few examples that just go together so well, not only because of their cool grey hues, but their textures are complementary and balanced. But then I expanded our selection to include more to choose from, including some unusual planters, and more plants to consider in the plants gone wild direction.
LANDSTYLIST responds to the need for a coherent, online destination for anyone who wants to put together components of a landscape themselves in an urban setting.This site offers a systematic approach to landscape architecture categories of materiality, detailing, sustainability and related accessories and where to find them. Landstylist also offers overviews of each topic including: soil, grading, paving, and furniture, breaking down each category into their related sub-topics. Also helpful are interviews and featured articles by leading experts in the field, new technologies, and high-end researched, easy, and affordable “go-to” sources for plants, paving, and furniture.
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