Harmony Design Group
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Tudor Revival traditional patio

Tudor Revival

Hidden underneath over grown trees and shrubs stood
a beautiful Tudor style mansion that was about to go through
a massive renovation from top to bottom, inside and out. In order for the landscape architecture to compliment the style of the house, it was important to keep the
lines clean and materials consistent as to not overwhelm the space or take away from the surrounding architecture. To make sure that this would happen, it was pertinent that we worked together with the architect and mason so that all materials would compliment one another. The combination of bluestone and limestone found in the patios and walkways was based on the materials found on the façade of the house.
To add even more character to the rear patio, we laid 2’ x 2’ bluestone in a diamond pattern. This was also a reflection of the wood floors found inside of the house, right before you walk out on to the patio, to create a sense of continuity.

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ameggison added this to ameggison's Ideas
July 30, 2013
schmittdeanna added this to Patio Ideas
July 24, 2013
Fireplace idea
maragirl added this to maragirl's Ideas
May 26, 2013
Design Farm Group added this to Skiba Willimson Patio
April 30, 2013
perhaps we run the bluestone at an angle, forgoing the diagonal pattern and line edge with belgian block
frederickthart added this to Patio Ideas
April 28, 2013
nice border
mpenrose78 added this to mpenrose78's Ideas
March 24, 2013
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March 1, 2013
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February 7, 2013
thompsonarch added this to McIntire House
October 4, 2012
Bluestone pato with limestone trim
prosneck added this to prosneck's patio
August 12, 2012
an example of a free standing fireplace on end of patio
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July 11, 2012
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