Natural Materials and New Plants Update a Dull Pool-Patio Area
Gravel, plastic and concrete are replacecd with redwood and granite.
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Homeowners Beth and Rich Weingart have a 70s-style pool pad they want to update because it has too much white gravel, checkerboard plastic and concrete.
The Landscape Smart team brings in natural materials and new plants to transform this yard in just two days. The result — a redwood deck, new arbor and inexpensive crushed granite patio makes the area feel like an outdoor room.
Gone is the cement wall, the fencing, the concrete and the slide. The yard is expansive and open, with space to relax and entertain. The once slimy, green pool sparkles.
A redwood deck off the back door extends the living space and gives a step down into the yard. A redwood arbor and inexpensive crushed granite patio make this area feel like an outdoor room.
Host Ken Bastida shows how to lay out bricks to hug the curves and round out the seating area with a colorful assortment of...