Who says the kitchen needs to be locked away inside a house? With southern California’s year-round beautiful weather, it would be a shame not to take full advantage and get cooking while the sun shines and the birds are singing! That was the line of reasoning for this San Diego homeowner,
Every homeowner sees themselves as the master of their domain, able to do what they want, when they want without the prying eyes of nosy neighbors spying on their every move, hoping to get some juicy new neighborhood gossip. With the tightly packed properties in coastal southern California, however, low
It’s been over two years since I was first contacted by Bill and Ana Drew to provide a patio covering for their barbeque, though it feels now like it was only months ago. It started as a modest project centered around the outdoor kitchen, but the Drews’ vision for their
Reality of a new Landscape If you build a wall or build a house or pour a patio of concrete, you are done. It’s finished. But a garden that is composed of living plants is growing, maturing, changing, propagating and dying. Trees grow up and create shade where there was none.
Garden of the Year 2016 Winner - "We used to live at The Bridges in Rancho Santa Fe, and we noticed the most beautiful landscaping at one house," Ryan recalls, "It had won an award, so there was a sign saying it was done by Torrey Pines Landscape Company. From