In the world of creative landscape design, it all starts with an idea – or a set of ideas. Pencil to paper, revisions, discussion, more design and discussion – it’s all part of the creative process that results in the natural environment you’ve always wanted.
A landscape is an extension of how you like to live, and complements the area you have chosen to call home.
Landscape design may be central to what we do at Sonoma Valley Landscape, but it’s also our way of getting to know our clients’ wants and needs from their landscape project. The design phase is where we get to know you, and translate that into reality in the form of your new natural environment.
That means we design to your budget, not over it. We work with the existing natural environment and work to enhance it in ways that match your goals while living within the budgetary means.
Attention to detail from start to finish: Our projects and installations start with a focus on craftsmanship. We integrate features that work well with any existing architecture for a cohesive environment. These features may include trellises, decks, patios, paths, water features, firepits, and more.
Once the landscape design has been created, the collaboration between us transforms your surroundings into a garden design that reflects your lifestyle, enhances the connection to your environment, and reflects the knowledge of experienced professionals. Sonoma Valley Landscape brings vision and planning to realization, giving you a space for entertaining and relaxation to be enjoyed for years to come.
Take the first step today; call us at 707-217-9336 for a personal consultation. Or complete the form below and we will be in touch as soon as possible to schedule a meeting that is convenient for you.
Sonoma Valley Landscape serves the communities of Sonoma, Glen Ellen, Kenwood, Petaluma, Rohnert Park, Santa Rosa, Windsor, Sebastopol, Forestville, Guerneville, Healdsburg, Agua Caliente, Calistoga, and the North Bay, Carneros, Russian River, Sonoma County, Wine Country, Rincon Valley, and Bennett Valley.
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