This Clayton home demonstrates how creative one can get with an usual curvy front curb. The court, and a slight elevation change, gave the homeowners an opportunity to come up with a unique and attractive design that also gives them a front patio while saving a substantial amount of water. Take a close look at the interlocking bricks, there are few long straight lines on this big design. Once the plants mature, we think it will even be more dramatic. Click on the Before and After photos to see a larger version of these shots.
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The front patio also provides a nice entrance into the backyard.
The change in elevation leads up to a relaxing patio.
Look at the intricate detail of the bricks, and how the many curves compliment the unusual outline of the street.
We suspect this olive tree will thrive in the stone planter on the side of front yard.