This Owen Sound home needed a more accommodating and appealing entrance. The path to the front door was previously borderline non-existent, and the property needed colour desperately. A design was generated to show a new entrance sweeping into a large formalized landing at the front door. Natural stone curbing defines the area, and provides an annual planting garden for the homeowner's personal enjoyment. Wallstone was selected to best tie into the style of the existing foundation of the building. Extensive and elaborate plantings throughout give a continuous show of flower all summer long. Interlocking stone pavers are laid on an angle for additional accent in patterning. Pavers extend into the asphalt driveway for an integration of spaces. A garden tour worthy entrance that showcases this old home with style!

  • Residential Construction Award Winner 2014

  • Retaining walls creating terraced gardens, with natural stone accents

  • Extensive showy plantings 

  • Interlocking stone and asphalt  combination on driveway/entrance

  • Natural stone curbing defining garden borders