Atlanta is a city that has wonderful curb appeal. Whether it is a charming tudor or an elegant home in Buckhead, residents understand the importance of good landscaping. A name I often come across when researching Atlanta homes is the landscape firm of Howard Design Studio. On each project, John Howard creates a masterpiece oasis full of potted plants, lush texture, and grand dimension. While his landscape design is tasteful, it is often happily unexpected.
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An exquisite pergola with potted topiaries and beautiful hedges. Stunning!
Symmetry and beautiful boxwood elegance. I love that off-white brick color!
A glimpse of the boxwood house in Atlanta, formerly owned by Danielle Rollins. So classic enchanting. Photo source: Things That Inspire
Another glimpse of the Boxwood house. This sundial centerpiece is as timeless as the home.
A lovely pathway lined with hydrangeas and ending with a chic black bench. Photo source: Litchfield Designs
Often people place fountains in the center, but this wall fountain is superb and sophisticated. I love the different tiers of plants and mix of texture and color. Photo source: The Foo Dog Ate My Homework
A more contemporary exterior with oversized circular boxwoods framing the home. The circular boxwoods really add a sharp edge of current dimension. Photo source: Elle Decor
Potted boxwoods perfected in contrasting white planters. Photo source: Things That Inspire
I love the rows and layers of greenery around this home’s exterior.
A classic and current pool area created by Howard Design Studio. Photo source: Atlanta Homes & Lifestyles