Morgan Creek

The entry signs and guard houses to this Roseville development were in need of attention. A few low voltage lights at each of the 3 entrances made these portals more visible, inviting and much safer for the guards and guests.

Morse Avenue

A walled-in front yard rich with mature redwoods and deciduous trees. The client wanted to retain the "woodsy" feel at night. The backyard has a more semi-formal feel, with a pool and a centuries-old Valley Oak as the central showpiece. Note: there were no pathlights used on this project.

Parkwood Court

A landscape remodel that begged for new lighting. This long, narrow backyard with pool and spa eventually became the setting for the couple's wedding. The landscape lights were augmented with temporary lighting for the event. The yard is evenly illuminated at night, making it great for entertaining, or just hanging out in the spa or by the pool.

River Road, Coloma

This gem of a project was a delight to work on. The lighting design is minimalist, as there are no competing light sources, and a natural feel. The moonlighting is adequate for navigating, without the use of pathlights. This was another yard that has hosted the homeowners' wedding.

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