If you live in Washington, D.C., consider the different landscape and hardscape spaces you can create to occupy the space between your home and the street. In the district, front garden spaces can be a major challenge as some of our front doors can be a mere 3-5 feet from the sidewalk/street. As a native Washingtonian, I’ve faced these very challenges for many years with my own homes, and I’m here to remind you there are no limitations — only possibilities!
Your front space can be a secure, lush, and green, where you can spend many hours of enjoyment throughout the year. With the right design plan incorporating various hardscape elements, such as new walls, stairs, walkways, and patios, and landscape elements, including plants, shrubs, trees, flowers, and plant containers, your home will come to life before your eyes. By adding other landscape design elements such as custom iron work, new lighting, and a new front door, an unused and uninspired front yard space can be transformed into an eye-catching, lush, and sophisticated space. You’ll enjoy more of your home in a way you never dreamed was possible, and the 10-15% increase in your home’s value is an added bonus. Below are before and after pictures of a small front yard space I designed and installed on Capitol Hill.
I hope you will contact GardenWise, Inc. via email or at 202-543-3422 to discover all of your possibilities!