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A Low-Maintenance Landscape for a Midcentury Denver Home

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 17, 2014 01:03 AM
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by Erika Heet last modified Oct 15, 2014

A Low-Maintenance Landscape for a Midcentury Denver Home Written by  Erika Heet October 15, 2014 Working with a strict budget, a team from Three Sixty Design reimagines a Denver yard. Neon-green sedum matches the front door. The design team also includes Courtney McRickard and Kyle Hebel; the contractor was Jesse Young of Landwise Colorado . Image courtesy of Tahvory Bunting / Denver Image Photography. Inspired by Eichler homes in California, the midcentury neighborhood of Krisana Park in South Denver, Colorado, is host to a house that was in need of an updated landscape that would pay homage to the area’s roots. Enter Nic Leggett of Three Sixty Design , who worked with his team to create a lo-fi landscape defined by Cor-Ten steel, river rock, and neon-green sedum.






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