Cheryl Corson Design L.L.C.

“Cheryl used her considerable talents to turn my completely uninviting space into a delightful garden area. It was a pleasure to work with her because she took the time to understand my goals, work within my budget and seamlessly integrate my existing deck into the plans. Above all, she clearly loves what she does and her enthusiasm was evident throughout the transformation process.”
- RF, client

PROJECTS

Residential

Multi-family

Spaces for Kids

Public Spaces

Suburban Home

  • The front yard looks great ten years after installation.

  • The dark brick edged concrete walkway is not parallel to the house, creating generous plant beds and interesting angles.

  • The walkway widens at the front door allowing easy access.

  • New ramp steps alongside the driveway are easier to navigate.

  • New driveway, ramp steps, gardens, and smaller lawn

  • The before shot! The landscape a builder's afterthought.

  • Layers and angles

  • Trees growing over the years

  • Side walk toward backyard

  • Woodland garden in back yard replaced ailing lawn.

  • The front yard looks great ten years after installation.

  • The dark brick edged concrete walkway is not parallel to the house, creating generous plant beds and interesting angles.

  • The walkway widens at the front door allowing easy access.

  • New ramp steps alongside the driveway are easier to navigate.

  • New driveway, ramp steps, gardens, and smaller lawn

  • The before shot! The landscape a builder's afterthought.

  • Layers and angles

  • Trees growing over the years

  • Side walk toward backyard

  • Woodland garden in back yard replaced ailing lawn.

After living in a straightforward mid-century house for decades, the clients embarked on a landscape update to boost aesthetics and accessibility. Two azaleas were saved for sentimental reasons but most everything else changed. A safe and distinctive entry experience was created with a new driveway, ramp steps, and walkway not parallel to the building. The client designed and built the triangular pergola, pointing to true north.





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