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Don’t Forget to Stop and Smell the Rosé

Hi guys! Here we go Again! Landscape Reveal and this little story is filled with wine puns . . . why?  1) They’re always in Pour taste. 2) The property has a Backyard Grapevine Arbor!

Take a small backyard, add a landscape design plan created by experts (Paradise Design team), add the best-of-the-best construction crews and what do you get? Voila – A Wine in a Million Backyard!

Whenever I feel like Wining, I remind myself to put a cork in it

This homeowner stopped her whining once she’d met with her designer and saw the design plan for her backyard transformation. Here are a few Before photos. Check out before and during photos in her Portfolio.

Don’t ask me why I love wine . . . I have my Rieslings

Just like a nice glass of vino after a long day, you’ll love this Backyard Grapevine Pergola and Outdoor Living area. Cozy, comfortable all-in-one, it turns a small unused backyard into a relax and unwind haven. The backdrop grapevines frame a center stage Fireplace. Clusters of hanging grapes add ambiance.  Torches add another dimension to show off the grandstand pergola. And . . . a cookcenter, dining nook and go-to hot tub draws appetites and soakers. Let’s view the property in full, shall we?

Backyard Grapevine Pergola

Wine if you must. It’s not good to bottle up your Emotions

How sweet was that little slice of heaven in a backyard space? We love to share our landscape designs. Many times it seems we feature the big beauties. That is why we are particularly satisfied with this little gem backyard. So stop your whining! You too can have a makeover that is right for you in any size property. We’ll come out to help! Want to see ideas galore? Our Youtube channel is filled with Champagne tastes (on a beer budget or more elaborate).

While the Champagne is Chilling . . .

Fire features are focal points in any landscape design. Enjoy this quick video on fireplaces with the Outdoor Living Guy, Micah Dennis

I’m not old. I’m aged to perfection. And full bodied

Thanks for Dropping In

Until next time . . . Get Outside Portland!

Kim Thibodeau, Exterior Design Services

What kind of Wine do they serve at the horse races?
Chardon-neigh!

 

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