Courtyard Design in Augusta, GA

Turning entry areas and front yards into works of art in the greater Augusta, GA area.
 

First impressions are everything, which is what makes the warmth and intimacy of a well-designed courtyard in Augusta, GA so inviting. Courtyards are a great way to highlight your entryway with natural beauty or to implement elegant drainage solutions to help improve your home’s curb appeal.

No matter what your Augusta, GA property’s size,  Origin’s landscape architects are experts at planning and creating engaging courtyard spaces. We are meticulous with our construction process, ensuring proper grading and drainage practices, and we approach every step of the design process with detailed care so that your developed space is exquisitely functional for years to come.  

We can work with any size property and layout, but we also love working with clients as early as possible in the property development process. Our pre-purchase services allow us to advise and envision the possibilities for your Augusta, GA property for you so that you can make the purchase with confidence about its future development.

FAQ

What building materials are best to use in a courtyard design?

When designing your courtyard space, it is important to note the slope of your Augusta, GA landscape and if there are any drainage issues so you don’t have a puddle in the middle of your courtyard after every rainstorm. If drainage is an issue that cannot just be resolved by regarding the space, pea gravel or large paver stones with moss can be aesthetically pleasing while facilitating proper drainage by allowing any excess water to seep back into the ground and feed your plants. For less saturated landscapes, materials like brick, stone, or slate are beautiful hardscape options for your courtyard, no matter the size.

Can a courtyard work in a smaller space?

Absolutely! One of the best ways to revitalize a small outdoor space is to define it with a courtyard. If your Augusta, GA space has high privacy walls, incorporating vertical gardens or vertical water features can help bring color and texture to the wall’s utilitarian function. If you have an outdoor space that is longer than it is wide, planting containers full of perennials is a great way to help separate your seating area from a more open entertaining area while still allowing the space to feel open. A professional landscape designer can work with you and your space to create a courtyard space that feels inviting.  

What is involved in the design process?

When it comes to designing the right courtyard for your Augusta, GA space, whether it be an entryway, garden, or patio courtyard, it’s important to have clear and open communication with your landscape architect. Here at Origin, we come to you and survey your property, discuss inspiration ideas, functionality, and aesthetic. From there, our designers will draw up preliminary plans that will be reviewed by you, the homeowner, before construction begins.