With spring just around the corner (hopefully!), our team has been enjoying learning about the top landscaping trends for 2020.
The top 3 trends we’re looking to incorporate more into our business is:
- Ornate, Geometric Hardscaping
- Sustainable Landscaping
- Contemporary and Transitional Landscape Design
We’ve put together a list of products that we’re really looking forward to working with this year and would recommend to our clients. I hope it inspires you for your landscape projects.
Trend #1: Ornate, Geometric Hardscaping
There are many different options when installing hardscape and now’s the time to explore with different shapes and patterns like waves, chevron and lattice.
Hexa 100 Pavers by Techo-bloc
This six-sided, elongated gem is taking center stage in landscaping, providing a unique geometric look that blends seamlessly in urban outdoors for the most sought-after style. From driveways to walkways, this hexagon inspired paver is a great choice for both small and large spaces.
Trend #2: Sustainable Landscaping products
Sustainability has been a buzz word for a few years now, but for good reason. More homeowner and businesses are actively trying to consider the environment in their buying decisions. The following products are things we’d love to incorporate more this year in our client projects.
Melville Aqua Pavers by Permacon
Rainwater Harvesting System by Aquascape
Trend #3: Contemporary and Transitional Landscape Design
One of the trends highlilghted this year by NALP is that millennials are being drawn more to contemporary and simple landscape designs. People are interested in a simple design that can take through multiple seasons.
Senzo Pavers by Unilock
Senzo pavers are sleek, have an interesting color design, clean shape and would work perfectly in a contemporary landscape. These stones are also stain resistant and easy to clean so will be a great choise for a driveway or patio.
Raffinato Fire Pit by Techo-Bloc
The Raffinato fire pit is polished, and sleek and can work with wood, natural gas or propane. It would be a cozy addition to any backyard but still sticking with the contemporary and transitional style.
There are so many options for products to use to build your dream landscape. Whether your going for a classic stone in an interesting chevron pattern, or a really sleek paver for a modern patio you can create the space that’s right for you.