As we look to spring, it’s time to plan how to take full advantage of our outdoor spaces. Similar to interior design trends, exterior design has become a major priority as people spend more time at home for work and play. So what is the hottest trend in 2022 for landscaping and landscaping?
“It’s about creating beautiful, functional and sustainable spaces,” says Mark Soboil, owner of the growing landscaping and landscaping design business. Shell landscapes.
Savvy home and business owners seek outdoor gardens and spaces that preserve and protect nature. Shellscape’s goal is to work with customers to select responsible materials that reduce maintenance and waste, thereby improving soil health and healthy habitats.
“For each project, we assess your landscape to ensure our design takes into account how it will respond to the local ecology, using similar plants and mimicking local landforms,” says Mark. “We want your landscape to thrive on the natural resources available, instead of having to rely on additional water or chemicals to be healthy and look good.”
Shellscapes is best known for transforming commercial and residential properties with the sleek design of crushed oyster shells. Crushed oyster shells are a superior alternative to gravel and can be used on paths, driveways, bocce ball courts and other landscaping projects.
Sourcing oyster shells from local oyster farms and restaurants, Shellscapes recycles and reuses the discarded shell. It’s a win-win for everyone.
Besides exquisite crushed seashell walkways, Shellscapes also uses other indigenous, eco-friendly and sustainable materials in their designs to provide flexibility and mimic natural processes. She specializes in these on-trend landscaping and landscaping elements:
- Low maintenance landscapes using native plants.
- Outdoor rooms, including outdoor patios with built-in fireplaces, arbors and other welcoming landscaping, to encourage moments of respite.
- Coastal paths and walkways using various natural building materials such as stone and crushed oyster shell.
- Landscaping, protection and excavation of soft shoreline to manage risks to structures and infrastructure posed by coastal erosion.
If you are considering upgrading your landscaping, landscaping or landscaping, plan ahead and contact Shellscapes now for spring. Learn more about shell-scapes.com or call 253-670-9948 and check them out at pinterest for a source of inspiration!