Japanese-Inspired Garden

An awkward, rectangular-shaped backyard receives a new Asian-inspired redesign.

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Hide CaptionShow CaptionAn awkward, rectangular-shaped backyard has left the homeowners wondering what to do with the space.
Truc Tang and Jae Lee live in Sherman Oaks with their dog, Pixie. They have a good-sized yard, but simply don't know where to start to create an outdoor living area that suits their style. Host Matt James transforms the bare strip of dying lawn into a contemporary Japanese-influenced garden.

An awkward, rectangular-shaped backyard has left the homeowners wondering what to do with the space. After initial attempts to fix up their yard failed, the space became a barren area they don't use except as a place to let their dog run. Truc and Jae were married at a Japanese garden and would like to bring Asian elements into the space. However, the architecture of their house poses a challenge because it doesn't fit in with the Asian theme. So Matt must try to fuse components of a traditional Japanese garden with the California-style surroundings.

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