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Theres nothing quite as inviting as a well-designed and maintained front yard. While its easy to put down a couple of paving stones or plant a flower or two, those features can only do so much to change the look of your yard. If youre interested in doing more, the good news is there are plenty of options out there that can make your Avon home look its very best. Here are some ideas: Adding an Inviting Pathway A big beautiful yard full of grass is great to look at, but they can often leave visitors to your home confused on how to enter your home. A large, well-sculpted pathway makes a clear path for visitors, leading them to your front door while at the same time letting them know its okay to be there in the first place. While it may be summer now, we cant forget about the LONG Cleveland winter. A well-designed pathway will make it easy for your visitors to make their way to the front door, even in snowy conditions. In addition to the pathway, extra features such as lights or plants
The term landscaping often conjures up images of endless grass and trees, but there is so much more that can be done under the landscaping umbrella. Landscaping trends in Northeast Ohio do evolve over time. So, what is in style now? Creating an Outdoor Living Space Your yard doesnt have to be a sea of grass and trees. Theres an increasingly growing trend to bring more living space to the outdoors with larger patios, elegant walkways, stone fire pits and even outdoor kitchens. These features are called hardscaping and can add a tremendous amount of enjoyment to your life. Your outdoor space certainly doesnt have to include a kitchen, but it can still be very functional. Expanding patio space and adding attractive walkways can increase the value of your home. It can also bring you enjoyment by making your outdoor space great for entertaining, dining or just relaxing by the garden. Enjoying a Small Garden Smaller gardens are becoming more of a trend as yards are becoming smaller in