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Easy Design Tips

Common Topics:

Starting Over/ Starting New Project Color Palettes
Water & Irrigation Levels of Maintenance
Soil Preparation Limited Mobility
Landscape Use  

Color Palettes:

Creating a beautiful STEPSCAPE™ is simple when you can decide which way you want to go with your color palette.

Try to look at the outside of your house like you would the inside. By coordinating together your stones, plants material, house color (main color and trim) pottery, fountain, etc., you are doing exactly like you would on the inside of your house with your wall color, hardwood floors, tile, couches, chairs, end tables and throw rugs.
Here is an easy guide to help you decide what colors to use:

1. Monochromatic colors are limited to just one hue.

2. Analogous colors are adjacent to each other

3. Complementary colors are opposite each other on the color wheel




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