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Last January, we took a look at The National Association of Landscape Professionals predicted trends and provided our take on the Top Trends in Landscape Design in 2020.
Little did we know, a pandemic was upon us. Although many of the trends did hold true, COVID-19 reshaped the industry and redirected Southview Design’s focus.
After the Governor’s orders in April 2020, Southview Design was deemed essential and returned back to work. Most of the state was still at home as the stay-at-home order was extended. CEO Chris Clifton reports to WCCO that the company is receiving tons of calls from homeowners who are looking to invest in their landscapes because they know they'll be spending more time at home than usual.
We spend the following months working hard (and safe) to provide clients with the outdoor spaces they're looking for.
By July, the scene is set for summer, and to help families to continue to play it safe by staying at home, we shared four tips with Midwest Home on how to elevate any yard.
Southview Design then wrapped up the season with an MNLA Landscape Design Award for Excellence in Landscaping.
Homeowners are discovering a true value in having outdoor spaces equipped with a kitchen, fire features, swimming pools, and plenty of space to run and play. Many are also adding features to ensure that they can make the most of their space all year-round. The longer you can have an outdoor space available to host friends and family, the better!
Live outdoors with comfort and ease. Backyard living rooms, outdoor kitchens, patios, decks, and more.
Outdoor rooms become the means for greater immersion experiences, from parties to watching a movie. Smart technology in landscapes transforms spaces from great to excellent. Landscapes come alive at any time of day, bringing everyone to find something that they enjoy. Let's not forget convenience. With the touch of a button, you can easily manage your devices without leaving your chair.
A functional landscape design with patios at three levels. An outdoor kitchen, an outdoor living space with a fire pit, and a plunge pool and hot tub.
Captivating swimming pool landscape in Hastings MN designed with every amenity for maximum comfort and fun.
Starting with the blank slate of new construction, both the front and back yards have been tailored to the needs of this growing family.
Consistent with what we predicted last-year, water conservation remains a priority. Technology has always been a driver in our industry, and now it's being put to use for both convenience and conservation. High-tech irrigation systems that deliver the right amount of water, at the right time, and are controllable from a smartphone are helping homeowners maximize efficiency. In other instances, homeowners are opting for a design that includes plans for little to no watering such as this no-mow forest backyard.
Southview Design is committed to healthy and sustainable landscaping practices.
Net-zero home with energy-saving features and a sustainable landscape design is recognized by Green Builder Media, AIA Minneapolis.
This backyard blends modern and natural elements together to create a low-maintenance outdoor living space with a plunge pool, terraced patios, a fire table, water feature, and a outdoor great room.
Over the last three years, we have seen a growing number of homeowners ready to invest in their outdoor living spaces. While many preferences have remained consistent, others have evolved and inspired a new era of landscape design trends.
Freeze-thaw-freeze-thaw. Warm days and cold nights can make walkways, sidewalks, and driveways an icy mess. Here are our pro tips for keeping your pavement safe.
Eager for Spring? Making maple syrup in your backyard is a great way to enjoy the outdoors while you're waiting for the snow and ice to melt. Step one: collect the sap.