By Robert Kramer
Even though the proverbial “cold day in hell” has shown its icy countenance more than once this winter, it’s time to start thinking outdoors.
There’s a growing trend (forgive the pun) toward turning your yard into an extension of your home, according to Garden Media Group. I’m a personal witness to this movement and it has become an important part of my business.
A new set of lawn chairs does not indicate a shift toward the “new culture.” But, how they fit into your carefully planned environment is crucial to the look and feel you hope to achieve. What you plant. How you diagram the geometry. How all the colors complement the concept are critical to “making it all work together.”
If you can visualize past or through that major drift accumulating in your yard, you’re on the way to the freedom of spring and a new outdoor lifestyle.
Call me. And we can plan the celebration.
Until next time.
P.S. As you put your plan into motion for an entirely new look and feel for your new lawn site, think of how it can change your role as host. Surprise your friends with a small spring party or, even better, create an intimate environment that would embrace a wedding. Better yet, your wedding.
I have some thoughts on that concept as well so do call or write.
This could be fun.