After a gut rehab, this townhome’s front entry needed a little polishing. Removing the yews and old hostas was the first step. Adding stone steps and an iron railing helped to better delineate the property’s entrance. The client wanted the landscape to support but not take away from the building’s fantastic stone work.
A collection of Japanese maples with support from understated perennials keeps everything simple and elegant in the front entrance. While the garage’s roof deck is full of seasonal color.