New York, NY, January 10, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Just in time to avoid the recent mid-winter cold snap, New York Plantings has completed a unique Asian inspired Landscape Design and yard renovation. More than general landscaping, this inclusive project incorporated irrigation, landscape lighting, a new concrete paver patio and walkway. The addition of a custom designed tree house made this a unique and fun project for the whole team at New York Plantings.
Being “city folk,” the homeowners never had a backyard before and they were excited at the possibilities. Having a modern "Zen" taste they wanted to create the yard with an Asian inspired design. They wanted more patio area and their current patio served more as a pathway and foundation skirt than usable patio space. Listening attentively to what the family wanted, New York Plantings established their need for space for a barbeque area, eating space and a play area for their children. To meet this need in a compact Manhattan backyard, at the couples' request a modern style tree house concept was added to the design. The tree house was a great addition due to limited space and for the sheer coolness factor. A few playhouse “necessities” were included such as a ships wheel, telescope, and of course, a fireman’s pole.
As is usually true of New York Plantings landscaping team, the installation of the patio pavers, lighting and irrigation went off without a hitch. The day after the 2012 New Year’s holiday, Todd Nappi, Lead Landscape and Garden Designer, put the finishing touches on the children’s tree house, mulching the garden beds and adding the finishing touches to the landscape lights which will provide the perfect evening ambiance. The homeowners are very pleased with the work of New York Plantings and their newly renovated backyard.
New York Plantings garden design and landscape construction offers a complete scope of garden and landscape services in the NY tri state area, servicing residential, corporate and the trade (subcontracting for builders and other garden companies). Visit wwww.newyorkplantings.com for more information or call 347 558-7051 for a consultation.