Landscaping Portfolio

Sloped entry walk avoids steps

Sheridan’s designs draw on the existing themes of each site to bring forth unique and individual responses.

History, existing natural elements, color, diversity and sound all play major roles in her work. Water, wood, tiles and slates, stone and boulders, plantings of all description, art, grade changes, overhead structures and lighting are some of the design components used to create the ever-evolving landscapes you will see in the photos below.

Curving Chilton stone walks and paths, native field stone, organic art elements and soft lighting help to nestle these homes into their environments.  The surrounding photos show how hardscape elements can be used to establish entry and exit points, guide pedestrian movement and create exciting focal points.

No matter what type of property you own, Sheridan will dedicate herself to creating a design that will be visually pleasing, unique, functional, and environmentally sound.