3D Rendering of a Good Landscape Design in South Carolina

In the landscape world we talk about curb appeal… all… the… time! Tips on how to get curb appeal, easy “rules” to follow, how to understand your garden style, how to maintain your lawn, and much more. One of the best ways to understand what you like in curb appeal is by browsing inspiration. So we’ve rounded up some recent Tilly plans that focus on the front yard – from Maine to California!

Check them out and let us know what style is your favorite and why! 

 

Slope & Function, Colorado

A chic modern retaining wall creates a totally different vibe for the Colorado bungalow! Native plants allow this beautiful makeover to be easy for the owner to maintain.

Classic Charm, Maine

A classically curved front garden bed brings interest to this charming home’s entry and grounds the flagpole in the yard. 

A Formal Landscape Solution, California 

This driveway comes directly to the house so adding some pavers and a seating area is a great way to create a different version of a “front stoop.” The formal planters add a nice touch of greenery, welcoming guests. 

Seasonal Garden Appeal, Illinois

With both the existing brick paver walkway and stepping stone path reset, this yard gets quite the pick-me-up. Additional planting beds were added to compliment what was already present and create more of a “wow factor.”

 

Cottage Style Delight, Virginia

This cottage curb appeal was created through pops of color that draw your eye to the cozy porch. The plants were chosen for seasonality and to provide interest all year long. Covering the front foundation makes a big impact and the home’s upcoming renovation to add character the the entry way tranform the entire look of the home.  

 

Smart Xeriscape, Colorado

The existing entry to this home was boulder walls and individually placed boulders. Our design team recommended repairing the wall as needed and then adding low maintenance and water efficient plants to this Colorado landscape. 

Yard Space Maximization, Texas 

Opening up the side yard maximizes this space. Incorporating more plantings to add to the front foundation and adding a walkway to access the side patio change the whole look and use of this space. 

 

Simple & Chic Design, Texas 

Sometimes good curb appeal is about simplicity and low maintenance! This fantastic classic home will need minimal upkeep to look its best all year round.

 

Pops of Color, Wisconsin 

Updating curb appeal for this home also included painting the doors and shutters a new color and adding pops of color to the garden beds.

 

Transplant & Add, Texas

This front garden bed was expanded and anchored with existing and transplanted plant material. Layering in pollinator friendly plants, ornamental grasses and groundcover filled in the beds. The finishing touch was edging it with a clean chopped stone.

New Build Beauty, South Carolina

This new build in Charleston uses the surrounding nature to create a grand entry for a beautiful new home.

 

Cheerful Native Garden, Washington State

Less grass, more native plants is a great solution to save money, cut back on maintenance and help your local ecosystem. This lush and colorful curb appeal is doing it right!

 

 

Landscape that Compliments the Home, Louisiana

In a new build, landscape is critical to give the entry a welcoming feel. This Louisiana home’s modern landscape will compliment the home’s architecture with it’s simple color palette, beautiful grasses and large paver walkway.

 

 

Clean Up Curb Appeal, Colorado

This front entry needed some taming. To achieve a more kempt and thoughtful look, plants were transplanted and organized together in groupings that make sense and are visually appealing.

 

 

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Comments

  1. If I were to improve my home’s curb appeal, I would make sure to save a siding installed. Thank you for sharing here as well that part of the home’s curb appeal is its beautiful garden. Aside from this, you are also right that it will be smarter to have new flowers added.

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