This is a project in Mason, OH. We designed and built a custom farmhouse style outdoor living space with a cedar pergola, fireplace with a custom cedar tv cabinet, fire pit with seating area, outdoor kitchen with built in grill, side burner and lots of storage.
This outdoor living space is a project we designed and installed for a new family in Canal Winchester, Ohio. The project is complete with a fire pit, built in seating, water feature, paver patio and built in space for grill.
We we’re/are honored to be apart of this patio renovation project for The Winds Cafe in Yellow Springs, Ohio. Nadia Malarkey of Yellow Springs was the designer of the new space and it couldn’t have turned out any better. Since completion, the new patio receives many compliments on a daily basis.
Here are some pictures of the new patio.
We we’re hired by The Hospice of Dayton to design and build a monument for their retiring CEO. After a few variations, they decided this design which included a paver labyrinth to be perfect.
Here are some pictures of the project.
Note the custom cuts involved
If your organization is exploring the idea of a paver labyrinth and would like to speak with us regarding design, budget or any other questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Curious what a labyrinth is? This should help:
A labyrinth is an ancient symbol that relates to wholeness. It combines the imagery of the circle and the spiral into a meandering but purposeful path. The Labyrinth represents a journey to our own center and back again out into the world. Labyrinths have long been used as meditation and prayer tools.
A labyrinth is an archetype with which we can have a direct experience. We can walk it. It is a metaphor for life’s journey. It is a symbol that creates a sacred space and place and takes us out of our ego to “That Which Is Within.”
Labyrinths and mazes have often been confused. When most people hear of a labyrinth they think of a maze. A labyrinth is not a maze. A maze is like a puzzle to be solved. It has twists, turns, and blind alleys. It is a left brain task that requires logical, sequential, analytical activity to find the correct path into the maze and out.
A labyrinth has only one path. It is unicursal. The way in is the way out. There are no blind alleys. The path leads you on a circuitous path to the center and out again.
A labyrinth is a right brain task. It involves intuition, creativity, and imagery. With a maze many choices must be made and an active mind is needed to solve the problem of finding the center. With a labyrinth there is only one choice to be made. The choice is to enter or not. A more passive, receptive mindset is needed. The choice is whether or not to walk a spiritual path.
At its most basic level the labyrinth is a metaphor for the journey to the center of your deepest self and back out into the world with a broadened understanding of who you are.
This is a project we installed for Zeiger Residence in Upper Arlington, OH (Suburb of Columbus, Ohio). The Zeigers had completely renovated the inside of their home and wanted to improve the backyard by adding a cozy fireplace area that was a separate space from the existing covered porch and brick patio.
We designed and installed a travertine paver patio with natural stone seating walls and a natural stone wood burning outdoor fireplace. This project was especially exciting because the home was going to be featured in the 2011 Kitchen Kapers Tour and Mrs. Zeiger (Merrit) is the honorary spokesperson for the organization. We we’re able to complete the project the evening before the event was to start.
The natural stone pathway with grass growing between each stone is made from Fond Du Lac stone which comes from Fond Du Lac, Wisconsin.
Here are a couple before pictures.
If you would like to see some progress pictures of this project, please visit this project on our Facebook page.
This is a project we just completed for a client that recently moved to the States from Argentina. When they purchased the house, the one area they weren’t fond of was the back patio. It was too small, had no character and they we’re able to entertain outdoor like they want. So they contacted us. We discussed some of the ways they planned and would like to use the space. With this information, we we’re able to design the perfect space using interlocking paving stones made by Unilock that resembled granite. We used a black accent paver around the perimeter of the patio to make the patio pop out. The built in grill island has a slide out door where the customer stores their propane tank.
Paver: Unilock Umbriano
Color: Midnight Sky
Accent Paver Border: Unilock Il Campo
Color: Dark Charcoal
Seating Walls/Outdoor Kitchen/Steps: Unilock Brussels Block Dimensional
This paver project in Washington Courthouse, OH was a lot of fun and we really enjoyed working with this client. They struggled picking out material colors and choices so they told Mark the owner to pick for them. Needless to say the project turned out exceptional.
The client wanted a seperate space off their existing deck to lounge and enjoy a fire with their family of 5. Their house is the neighborhood hang out.
Paver: Unilock Brussels Block
Accent: Unilock Copthorne
Color: Burnt Clay
Seat Wall / Fire Pit: Unilock Brussels Block
Wall Cap: Unilock Brussels Block Double Fullnose
Column Cap: Unilock Ledgestone Pillar Cap
This project is located in Centerville in the Ashbury Meadows development. The client had a very outdated paver patio that didn’t integrate well with the architecture of the home so it wasn’t very inviting. We created a design that welcomed and made the hot tub more usable regardless of the weather.
Since installation, the client has contacted us letting us know how much they love their new patio and how many compliments they’ve recieved.
Pavers: Unilock Camelot
Color: River Blend