There is no better way to enjoy springtime than relaxing in our gardens and treasuredoutdoor living spaces. Whether strolling manicured stone-paved walkways or lingering on a special garden seat, our lawns, terraces, and gardens give us the opportunity to de-stress and refresh ourselves. We create our outdoor spaces to cherishand enhance nature’s beauty and express our creative selves.
From the first intentional planting of purely ornamental trees and flowers, our ancestors looked to manipulate their botanical environs. Whether sowing seeds of colorful blooms in flowerbeds or arranging the classic symmetry of formal garden walkways, humans desire to impose themselves into the chaos of nature. There is no denying that we derive great aesthetic satisfaction (and health benefits) from working and shaping the soil, as well asnurturing the plants we solovingly cultivate.
Mary, Mary, (Lisa, or Tom)…how does YOUR garden grow?
Do you fancyarbors of tumbling roses and the colorful overstuffed beds of an English country garden? Or the carefully laid stone walkways and hedgesfound in classic formal gardens? Perhaps you prefer a sun-drenched Jardin méditerranéen with
bee-buzzed flats of lavender and olive trees in glazed terra cotta pots from Provence? Do you crave the mystery of an Italian villa with terraced lawns, marble fountains and figural statuary?
Not your cup of tea? Farmhouse Colonial, perhaps? Xeriscaped Southwestern?
No matter if your tastes run from the historical to the practical, or your spaces from poolside to lakeside, interior/exterior courtyards, side yards, or backyards,Pittet Architecturals has the unique outdoor furnishings and decorative elements to help you express your individual exterior and garden aesthetic.
We have imported antique and artisan-crafted architectural elements from Europe for over twenty years, and are continually sourcing fresh inventory ideas. Please visit our showroom or browse our web galleries to viewthese ideas for the exterior spaces of your ranch house, beach house, lake house or townhouse:
French limestone fountains…Italian marble fountains…Stone tables and benches…Antique stone columns and arches…Antique wrought iron gates…Terra cotta and stone jardinières, urns, planters…Stone troughs and sinks…Statuary…Stone hearths and fireplaces…Antique and reclaimed stone pavers for terraces…Terra cotta pavers for walkways…Antique wooden doors and gates…Gazebo…iron trellises…Sun-dials…Iron statuary, fountains, and garden elements…Stone wellheads and decorative wells…Antique bronze bells…Lanterns and chandeliers
Who ever said that you can’t improve Mother Nature?