Backyard designs catering to outdoor entertainment are becoming increasingly trendy in the Northern Virginia area—and it’s easy to see why! Not only can outdoor entertainment...read more →
Homeowners want to maximize curb appeal but may not always know how to achieve this impact. Adding a thoughtfully designed and installed walkway is the best way to enhance the attractiveness of your home. A walkway path may lead you from a backyard patio to a seated garden area or the ever so important approach to your front door. The key to designing a walkway that is inviting and desirable is achieved by incorporation the right materials to complement your home, correct dimensions, plantings and special touches such as lighting which aid in the emergence of “curb appeal.” The space immediately in front of a home is a key area for a dramatic effect on your home’s overall appeal. O’Grady’s Landscape’s knowledgeable design team with 25+ years of experience in Northern Virginia would gladly discuss your outdoor home design aspirations.
Walkways with Steps and Landings are very popular and gradually bring the eye up to the front of a home. Pictured here are several photos of projects completed by O’Grady’s Landscape which incorporate steps and landings using stone materials.
Some landscapes are flat leading up to a home and the right design will also bring about a gorgeous eye appeal.
Pathways leading around a home or to special landscape nooks on a property or along to a gorgeous outdoor fireplace are essential to developing a home’s appeal.
Please give us a call to discuss your landscape and hardscape ideas at 703-533-5001 or email us at [email protected]. We serve Arlington, McLean, Falls Church, Great Falls, Oakton, Vienna, Tysons Corner, Herndon, Reston, Sterling, Potomac Falls, Brambleton, Ashburn and surrounding areas since 1991.
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