Beth Edelstein Landscape Design Santa Monica, CA 310.592.5773 firstname.lastname@example.org
Centinela Avenue-Los Angeles, CA
After removing two large pines and a variety of mismatched plants that were choking the entrance to this charming cottage style home, we created a "Sherwood Forest" palette to highlight the simple architecture. A previously hidden eucalyptus tree became the focal point of the courtyard. We opened up the he new side year, which had been a driveway, to create an outdoor waiting room for the new office space. We reconfigured the space behind the office by adding an orchid shed with two connected flagstone patios, both surrounded by shade plants, to create the luscious forest-like feeling our client asked for.