visual harmony

When I was a kid, we'd take occasional family car trips to places all over southern California to see the sights. One of my dad's favorite destinations was San Diego, and what I remember most about those drives was the fact that now-overbuilt Orange County was still mostly vast beanfields all along
The Necessity of Restraint
Everywhere you turn these days, you see watershapers tackling projects that would have been unthinkable even a few years ago.   It wasn't that long ago that simply raising a spa seemed like a big challenge, but these days vanishing edges, perimeter overflows and other ambitious details have become relatively common.  And it's not just technology:  Watershapers are gravitating toward great materials, colors, hardscape, plants and amenities - signs of real growth and, for the most part, a very good thing. With this broadening list of possibilities, however, have come some growing pains.  The industry's like a teenager with