Huckleberry risers, supported by basalt retaining walls create informal access around the side of the house.
This natural stone veneer was installed to match the existing walls at the other opposite side of the entry. Custom concrete caps finish the look.
Granite steps combine with bluestone to form the backbone of this sloped yard. This element is both sculptural and functional, providing comfortable access to the lake.
Natural stone risers are an informal way to transition between two spaces.
Using Senergy, a latex-based stucco product made for the NW climate, these retaining walls were made over for a fresh, new look.
Slope is a common challenge in the Pacific Northwest. A variety of materials are available for walls and steps to fit any style and budget.