Landscape Design & Hardscaping
The first step in creating a stunning landscape is careful planning and design. Begin by assessing the natural features of your site, such as trees, slopes, water bodies, or unique views. Work with these elements to create a layout that highlights the existing beauty of the location.
Consider creating zones within your landscape – an area for relaxation, a space for outdoor cooking or dining, and natural pathways that guide guests through different areas of your site. Each zone should be thoughtfully placed in harmony with the natural surroundings.
Using native plants and flowers is crucial in your landscape design. They not only blend seamlessly with the environment but also support local wildlife and are generally lower maintenance, being adapted to the local soil and climate conditions.
Hardscaping: Hardscaping refers to the non-living elements in your landscape, such as paths, patios, and fire pits. These elements provide structure and functionality to your outdoor space.
Paths made from materials like wood chips, gravel, or flagstones guide your guests around your property and add to its aesthetic appeal. Patios or decks provide level surfaces for outdoor furniture and can be used for dining or relaxation areas. Fire pits or outdoor fireplaces can serve as a focal point for social gatherings.
Create pathways using materials such as gravel, pavers, or wood chips, connecting the dome to outdoor amenities, parking areas, or nearby trails. Ensure the pathways are well-lit with solar or low-voltage lighting for safety and accessibility.
Remember, hardscaping should blend with the natural environment and complement the style of your glamping dome.