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This elegant garden functions as an outdoor living room.  The textured plantings become the walls of the space, offering quiet, lush views from the house.The existing patio was extended with a grid of concrete pavers; warm-colored flagstone was re-used and introduced into the new seating area to play off the geometry as a touch of wabi sabi. The same honey-colored tones are seen in the river stones surrounding the central cassia tree.  The focal point of the space is a sculpture by Los Angeles potter Adam Silverman.


“June was great to work with with. Her plan is beautiful and she recommended a fine contractor who completed the job. June kept within our budget and listened to all our requests and concerns.” — Suzanne and Eric