Metrolina Landscape’s project showcases the company’s hardscape team’s ability to design and install natural stone for a new pool deck and amenity area.

The owner wanted to create an amenity area that offers a resort feeling just steps away from his home, located on a farm in Lincolnton, North Carolina.

“Nature was a big part in planning this design, especially with the surrounding environment. The goal was to create a rustic, yet high-end pool deck and amenity space that would enhance the at-home experience,” says Taylor McKillop, who works in the marketing & business development departments at the North Carolina- based company.

Along with the hardscape installation, Metrolina also installed the irrigation, landscape and lighting. The residential project took four weeks to complete.

1Metrolina used Tennessee crab orchard natural stone for the pool deck and amenity area. Differentiated patterns for both areas created defined spaces.

2 The pool deck used an irregular flagstone pattern, while the pool house amenity area utilized a six-piece pattern of cut stone.

3 Another defined space leading out from the pool deck created a secluded area for the fire pit. Metrolina used a three-inch slab irregular stone pattern for this area.

“Everything in the design from the pool deck, pool house amenity area, and fire pit does a phenomenal job working together to create a harmonious naturalistic environment,” McKillop says. “From this point forward, guest and family will all enjoy the unique experience of visiting the exquisite rustic oasis.”

Photo courtesy of Metrolina Landscape
Photo courtesy of Metrolina Landscape
Photo courtesy of Metrolina Landscape
Photo courtesy of Metrolina Landscape
Photo courtesy of Metrolina Landscape
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