Landscaping Trends For Your Home
Drought Tolerant Landscape
Whether you don’t want to spend hours every week watering, mowing, and trimming your lawn or you’re simply looking to minimize your water usage, replacing your grass with items like gravel and stone, then decorating with cacti, succulents, and perennials is a great way to transform your landscape (and make it much easier–not to mention eco-friendly–to maintain).
Minimal Curbside Appeal
Minimalism has been a popular interior design style for decades, and its clean, simple aesthetic has transcended indoor spaces and made its way outdoors. This approach to landscaping embraces the “less is more” philosophy, opting for fewer plants, shrubs, and other fixtures that are meticulously well-kept.
You may notice a common trend in 2022’s landscaping preferences: minimizing the amount of time that homeowners have to spend maintaining their lawns. Concrete pavers are excellent for this purpose, adding walkability, style, and symmetry to any exterior space.
No Grass. No Problem.
The opportunities are endless: more permanent fixtures, like pavers or stamped concrete, are a great way to make a long-lasting statement about your personal style. Other options, like gravel or landscaping rocks, are cost-effective and easy to customize to your liking. Once you’ve laid the foundation with flooring, you can personalize your space with eye-catching plants that add a splash of personality and color to the setting.
Easy Care Artificial Grass
Loving the look of grass doesn’t have to mean committing to constant watering and maintenance. Cost- and time-effective grass replacements, like turf and groundcovers, let you keep all of that green space with little to no maintenance. This increasingly popular option is fantastic for those who want to have the best of both worlds.