Last fall, TLC Gardens began working on an exciting residential project in Boulder: Polaris Escape. The aim was to give the clients just that: an escape outside. The shape and position of the outdoor spaces were designed to create a connection to the native areas in the landscape.
The primary goal for the client in Polaris Escape was to
The Profiles feature of our blog highlights companies we are inspired by. We are excited to feature Inhabitat.com, A website dedicated to green ideas and inspiration to build a cleaner brighter world.
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Inhabitat.com is a weblog devoted to the future of design, tracking the innovations in technology, practices
The Profiles feature of our blog highlights companies we are inspired by. We are excited to feature She Explores, a growing resource for the creative outdoors woman.
She Explores is a non profit website for inquisitive women in the outdoors, on the road, and besides exploring the natural world.
Something happens to us when we step outside.
TLC Gardens is thrilled to be featured in the Business section of Daily Camera in an article titled “Reconnecting People to Nature.”
You can read the full article here:
A creative work of art, “Tennis Portico” showcases a custom firepit, flowing curved beds that wrap around the tennis court, and accents which elevate the space – such as the custom steel gate off the main patio.
We’re excited to begin work on our “Mesa Fire” project. This project is a modern design with a twist of fire and barn wood. Barnwood and pipe screens frame a modern fire pit and casual seating area for the small family.
Here’s the before photo:
And here is our vision! Check back in a few months for photos
TLC Gardens is pleased to announce the promotion of Kalani Masika Blackwell within the design team. She will be taking on increased design responsibilities in plan specifications, design development, 3D modeling, rendering and client communication.
Since starting work at TLC Gardens, Kalani Masika has brought new levels organization, communication and standards to our design projects and continues to show
TLC Gardens is proud to support and will donate a % of our profits to the National Parks. For every Design/Build contract, TLC Gardens will donate $500 to Glacier, Yellowstone, Rocky Mountain or Redwood National Parks.
We love giving back to nature!
Now is the time to begin planning your spring landscape – contact us to start a dialogue
One of our company values is ecological stewardship and we integrate this into our design/build process through the use of re-purposed and recycled materials, proper site drainage to protect our watershed, sustainable use of our natural resources, plant material suited to our region, and low water irrigation systems with integrated technology.
We are pleased to announce Shane Curley as our new Foreman. Shane comes to TLC Gardens with ten years of experience in design build craftsmanship.
Shane has a passion for building quality crafted outdoor spaces. Shane adds a positive upbeat attitude to our construction project sites. His background in landscape construction, carpentry and steel work allow him to add