Landscape Architecture Orlando Florida by BLG Environmental Services

BLG Project Recap – Landscape Architecture Orlando, Florida. Learn how landscape architecture transformed an Orlando backyard.

A family in Orlando, Florida was in need of landscape architecture that included a new backyard design. The family desired a relaxing setting, privacy for the backyard and outdoor lighting to create depth at night. The backyard design included a rustic brick paver patio, custom linear fireplace, privacy bamboo, and LED outdoor lighting.

The landscape architecture & backyard design started with careful installation of textured brick pavers with a warm neutral color. This included a large patio, walkways to a lanai, and a storage area. Grass was carefully incorporated to provide a play area for the family dog. A small rubber mulch playground was also created for the youngest member of the family.

The BLG Orlando landscape architect and team continued with creation and fabrication of a custom linear fireplace. This included a 60” burner with custom columns that created a stellar focal point inside and outside. Natural gas and a custom remote provided stress free operation anytime. Soft graceful bamboo were the perfect addition to hide a large home behind the property. Dark green standard holly trees also provided mid-level privacy for this backyard design.

The landscape architecture process for this Orlando Florida home finished with an elegant LED outdoor lighting system. Soft deck lights were incorporated into the fireplace and columns. Path lights guided family and guests from the side lanai to the backyard. Up lighting completed the nighttime show.

With new landscape architecture ideas completed for this Orlando home, the family will enjoy years of outdoor living day and night!

If you have an home in need of landscape architecture in Orlando Florida and desire a family friendly backyard design call BLG Environmental Services today!

Robert Burns, FCLD

FNGLA Certified Landscape Designer

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