These hardscape photos show the beauty and variety of color in our hardscapes and outdoor room designs and reflect the use of different materials in different configurations. From the classic Pennsylvania blue stone to the relative new-comer, pavers, we have a full command of creating outdoor spaces that allow you to more fully enjoy your home.
Our experience in producing beautiful hardscapes is readily apparent on this page. We can do the same for you.
Flagstone Courtyard and Fountain in Haverford - Before
Flagstone Courtyard and Fountain in Haverford - After
Pavers for a courtyard in Wayne, PA - Before
Pavers for a courtyard in Wayne, PA - After
Nice little patio and stair planters in Merion - Before
Nice little patio and stair planters in Merion - After
Patio, trellis and privacy fence - Before
Patio, trellis and privacy fence - After
Flagstone entry with planters
Formal courtyard using pavers... just installed in Wayne
Courtyard in Newtown Square
Here are some more before-and-after images of outdoor spaces we have created:
BEFORE: The clients back yard lacked useability and beauty. Budget necessitated that we not use Pennsylvania Blue flagstone.
AFTER: Using a very nice paver, we created this great area for living and entertaining. The kneewall was capped with Pennsylvania blustone to make a more refined statement.
: This is the same space on the far corner a couple of years later. The rest of the patio also has had considerable commensurate growth. It is quite a show stopper.
BEFORE: Client had a wish list that included a useable living space and to turn a hillside of grass into a visual feast.
AFTER: To comply with the budget, we used concrete for the patio, but dialed it up a notch by dressing it with a brick knee wall. Privacy was addressed using shrubs and grasses.Perennials provide the icing on the cake.
BEFORE: Client had a modest home, but was staying in the home for years and wanted quality. The liveable space up to that point was grass and dirt (mainly dirt from their beloved Shepherd's exuberance).
AFTER: We removed the wooden steps and built a set of stone stairs with planters incorporated in. The patio surface was Pennsylvania blue flagstone.