Posted on January 28, 2015 by Sharon Turner
The new owners of this home in the Blackmoor Community of Murrells Inlet, SC wanted to better develop the gracious space in their side yard. When they moved in the shrubs were poorly maintained and the bed lines undefined. The garage side door needed a surfaced access to the driveway. A lovely Live Oak in the back offered the opportunity for outdoor living but the area was congested with remnants of failed DIY projects.
A concrete walk added from the side door to the garage improved the function of side access into the garage. Sustainable plantings were added to the foundation and the bed lines sharpened. A patio of Belgard interlocking concrete tiles over concrete serves as a base for the fire pit/table and chairs with a walk leading into the cozy luxury of the back yard. Stay tuned; the back yard of this home will be featured in an upcoming blog post.