A gorgeous front lawn garden designed with sustainability in mind. By Living Gardens Landscape Design.
Welcome to our gallery featuring a lovely outdoor space designed by Living Gardens Landscape Design.
Living Gardens is based in South Orange County and serves the Orange County area. They are a garden design firm that designs “elegant yet functional” outdoor spaces that allow the homeowners to relax and entertain in an exterior room that acts as a natural extension of the home’s interior.
Their signature details include water-wise planting, succulents and shrubs along with natural and sustainable materials. They also provide plants, exterior furniture, pottery, fountains, accessories, and lighting.
Living Gardens Landscape Design’s services include: full landscape design, conceptual design, outdoor room makeovers and plant selection.
The owners of this 1950s beach bungalow in San Clemente California were looking for an outdoor space that was beautiful and contemporary while still being low maintenance and environmentally sustainable. Living Gardens Landscape Design delivered this relaxing and deceptively simple garden area.
We hope you enjoy this beautiful outdoor living space.
Four white chairs surround a small firepit on top of a pebble patio. The overall garden is bursting with shades of greenery, including succulents and shrubs, along with small flowering trees in planters.
An old stone fireplace can be used for its original purpose or to house a small potted plant. The table is extendable, and a small grill rounds out the area.
A custom vertical planter filled to the brim with various succulents.
An L-shaped sectional sofa rests on top of a blue striped rug, which warms the stone patio. Small succulents make another appearance as a centerpiece for the coffee table.
Another view of the firepit and seating area shows the flagstone walkway and an additional seating area with two benches and two umbrellas.
A multi-tiered brick and mortar sculpture with plenty of room for planters. Small shells lined up along the tiers add a beachy feel.
A series of closeups of the flora present in the sections of walkways.
A fence strung with vines separates one side of the garden from the other. From this angle, we can see the raised deck the benches and umbrellas sit on.
A close up of the various shrubbery and succulents that surround every bench, chair and seating area. On the right is a close up of a seating area and umbrella.
Natural materials like flagstone, and hardy flowers like daisies and beach grass are a low maintenance and water conscious decision.
A close up of the metal and wood fence covered in vines. A bench is seated in front, taking advantage of the shade.
A conceptual sketch of the front garden, showing the two main seating areas, the patio/front porch area and all the greenery.
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