Your experience at Botanical Decorators will be truly unique.
What makes the landscape design process at Botanical Decorators distinct?
Your landscape designer will be your single point of contact throughout the entire landscape design process and will see to your every need from the initial meeting all the way through to the completion of your project(s). Our designers make your project their personal commitment and see to every detail as if it was their own. Our team is committed to total customer satisfaction, making you feel like you are our only client.
Currently, every landscape designer on staff has been with the company for at least eight years and has been accredited with numerous awards for completed projects. We produce strong landscaping designs through a series of client meetings combined with careful site analysis, research, and extensive conceptual thought. We also strive to be realistic and to design within an established budget. Some of the industry’s most creative minds succeed in this pragmatic approach to consistently producing breathtaking designs that are custom tailored to each individual client and site.
While each project is unique, here is an outline of the typical landscape design process at Botanical Decorators:
Landscape designers have the resources of the entire company behind them, including a team of five designers and landscape architects, full office staff, accounting department, production manager, craftsmen, horticulturalists, and all of our corporate partners. With a full support system, your landscape designer can ensure seamless execution and a flawless outcome to your project.
Our work includes everything from planting plans to full property development. Projects often include decks with lanais; screen porches; custom pools and swimming pool houses; walls and stair systems; ponds; backyard water features; fencing; driveway layout; and parking courts.
If you are looking for a landscape company in the Maryland, Virginia or Washington DC area, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation and begin the landscape design process.