We have been working on turning our home in the Seattle Central District into an urban oasis.
Although residing in a city might be thrilling, it can also be overwhelming and stressful. We think it’s crucial to have a home where you can decompress, unwind, and recharge. Our website is made to give you useful tips, ideas, and resources so you may turn your urban setting into a peaceful retreat that suits your needs and represents your unique style.
Here are a few of the things we have accomplished thus far.
The last thing on my list of fun activities is mowing a lawn. My first landscaping project was to remove all of the grass from the front yard. Setting up a little flagstone patio area was the next step. As a result, the area is made to feel more welcoming for visitors.
Our front yard is constantly changing; it was originally a herb garden. Later, we relocated all of the herbs to the backyard and added more flowers.
Imagination and inventiveness dominate our urban backyard. We value our small inner-city getaway and embrace the idea that size is just a canvas for innovation. In addition to helping the environment, urban agriculture seeks to help individuals save money. Urban gardeners are currently fighting against manufactured food and global warming. A city garden can provide food for your family while also lowering your carbon footprint.