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Sitting Wall and Steel Planters

A sitting wall and steel planters were  added to a previously installed paver patio. The wall block is of AB (Allen Block) Free Standing Wall block and cap, with a flat cap on the added column, for continued seating and a handsome end to the wall.

Paver patio materials by Mutual Materials

Steel planters are custom built and can be made to fit almost any landscape needs.

Custom made steel planter

The sitting wall is the primary intention to finish this patio arrangement. Adding planting boxes gives a continued depth to the area and the possibilities for usage are many. Add annuals, perennials, veggies, herbs, or other plantings. Create additional accents and warmth to the sitting area.

Sitting wall with steel planters behind.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Other options:

You can also use your retaining style wall to serve as a sitting wall. This allows for additional seating along your formal and informal patio.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Add seating to your Fire Pit area.

Sitting Wall with matching Fire Pit – Allan Block Courtyard Wall Block

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wall Block with cut Flagstone cap

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Steel Planters can be built in different sizes and shapes. Use them as backup features, stand alone accents, raised beds for higher profiles.

Steel Planter for herbs

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Patio Options

Capriana Combo Pavers and Highland Stone block wall and fire pit
Capriana Combo Pavers and Highland Stone block wall and fire pit
Rosetta Pavers with Highland free standing sitting wall, capped with Flagstone and Fire Pit
Rosetta Grand Flagstone Pavers with Highland free standing sitting wall, capped with Flagstone and Fire Pit
Barn Plank pavers
Barn Plank pavers
Holland Pavers
Holland Pavers
Cut Bluestone Flagstone
Cut Bluestone Flagstone
Edger Stone as front landing and walkway
Edger Stone as front landing and walkway
400 square foot driveway of Cobble Park pavers
400 square foot driveway of Cobble Park pavers

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Oregon Block Fieldstone Pavers – St. Helens Blend
Oregon Block Fieldstone Pavers – Rocky Mt. Blend with St. Helens border
Working with materials from site

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Quandt’s Landscapes, Hardscapes and Plantings

Quandt’s landscapes, hardscapes and plantings, in keeping with tradition, are always installed with the homeowner, quality and longevity in mind. Quandt’s Landscapes installs water features, hardscapes and plantings. Landscape designs are available. Peter also installs landscapes presented on other designs presented by the homeowner.

As such, all work is warrantied.

Quandt’s installs hardscapes, including water features, patios, retaining walls, sitting walls, various forms of pergolas, gazebos, decks and custom fencing.

Quandt’s also installs plantings. The landscape work that Peter has done in Colorado included a great depth of local and native plantings. Plantings by Peter are to work with the somewhat different plant material available in Oregon, while continuing using to work toward using Native and Local plant material in the landscapes.

Quandt’s residential landscape work covers the greater Portland area, St. Helens, Scappoose, Beaverton, Hillsboro, Forest Grove and all points in between. Please inquire if your area is withing these bounds.

 

It’s officially winter

It’s officially winter, here in northwest Oregon. Of course, that means the rains have moved in. While this season can be a bit on the muddy side, there are still some projects that can be initiated and completed. Sometimes, dancing between the really rainy days can stretch out the projects a little longer. However, this is a very good time to both set up projects for when the weather breaks, and to slip some work in, when the rain isn’t looking.
Give a call – 503-939-5643, or email peter@quandtslandscapes.com, to set up a time to get together and plan.
Hardscapes, walls, patios, even wood structures can be completed before spring, to enjoy before the outdoor season really even starts.