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Get Ready for Summer in Texas with an Outdoor Kitchen

Saturday, May 19th, 2018
Outdoor Kitchen Dallas TX

Summer’s practically at the door…well almost. But you should be prepared for when it hits in full force with a beautiful new outdoor kitchen in Texas. You want to be ready to go with your cookouts, barbecues, pool parties and get-togethers that signal the best time of year. If you love to cook and entertain, […]

5 Benefits to Incorporating Stonework into Your Landscape

Sunday, March 25th, 2018
Stones and Firepit Landscaping Dallas

If you’re looking to dramatically enhance the natural beauty and functionality of your landscape, one solution is to incorporate stonework fixtures. From fire pits and retaining walls to patios and garden pathways, there are many ways to beautify your property in various shapes, textures and styles. Not only will your entertainment value go up, your […]

How to Choose the Right Materials for Your Patio

Wednesday, February 28th, 2018

A patio is a special place, a reprieve from the stresses of the day. You may head out to your patio after work with a glass of wine and a good book before dinner on your teak furniture. Other times, it may become the bustling gathering spot for entertaining friends. Whatever the case, the material […]

7 Things to Consider When Adding a Fence in Dallas

Tuesday, January 23rd, 2018

As a Dallas home owner, you may be considering a fence to add value, beauty, security and privacy to your property. Before you do, consider these important factors, ranging from practicality of materials to current fence laws in Dallas, when it comes to your fence installation needs. 1. Type: Why do you want a fence? If it’s strictly for […]

Glass Pool Fencing and Railing: Daydreaming About Your Dream Pool

Tuesday, December 5th, 2017

Do you find yourself daydreaming about the pool and surrounding landscape you’d like to have someday? Well, why put it off? Now’s the prefect time to start planning your glass pool fencing and railing. Glass pool fences and railing systems make a luxurious addition to your pool area. They pull double duty: they keep children […]

5 Benefits of Water Features to Your Landscape

Friday, November 3rd, 2017

Running water can have a calming effect. You know this if you ever spent time near a pool with a fountain, or a waterfall, or the ocean…you get the idea. Well, you could incorporate a water feature into your own yard and it wouldn’t cost a fortune. You can get as simple or elaborate as you […]

How to step up your Dallas landscaping this summer

Wednesday, July 26th, 2017

As a homeowner, you know you’re facing a long summer of watering and mowing the lawn. That’s all well and good, but there are other things you can do to step up your game this summer in terms of landscaping. Once you’ve got the lawn down pat, make your yard realize its potential with a […]

Kick your grilling game up a notch with outdoor kitchens

Friday, June 9th, 2017

With summer just about here, you’re probably spending more and more time outside near your pool and patio. If you’re lucky enough to have the space, it’s time to invest in an outdoor kitchen. If you entertain a lot, you likely get tired of cooking inside, missing all the good conversation, and carrying all the […]

Fire and Water: Features That Enhance Your Backyard

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

From fire pits to waterfalls, there’s no better way to incorporate two opposing yet complementary elements in your yard. When looking to enhance the comfort, aesthetics and functionality of your backyard, not to mention the relaxation factor, you may want to consider adding water features and fire features to your property. Merge the elements of […]

Decorating Your Yard For Fall

Thursday, October 27th, 2016

Autumn is a beautiful time spent outdoors. The weather is cooler, signaling the end of summer. The blooms are fading, replaced by hay bales, scare crows, pumpkins and mums. Think bright yellows, oranges, and reds to complement the symbols of the season, from Halloween to Thanksgiving. Get creative with some of these proven ideas that […]