Plans for the Yard, Garden, and Patio Show 2014
We are excited to be participating in the 2014 Yard, Garden, and Patio Show. After a little hiatus from the chaos the past few years, we are gearing up to make the 2014 show one of our best! Be sure to set a day aside between February 28th and March 2nd to come see our display garden and all the other wonderful vendors at the Yard, Garden, and Patio Show. Here’s what we’ve been working on for our display.
All Oregon Landscaping’s Design Plan for 2014
We’ve got big plans for the 2014 Yard, Garden, Patio show. We’ve been scheming for months and so far we’ve chosen to focus on the family in the 2014 design. You’ll see multiple use spaces for every family activity including outdoor cooking, dining, relaxation, and entertainment. The entertainment area will be state-of-the art, showcasing all of the newest ways to include technology in your outdoor entertainment area. This outdoor living room will be complete with a television, sound system, and fireplace. On the upper terrace you’ll find a relaxation area, which includes a comforting fire pit. All Oregon Landscaping will also include an outdoor kitchen area worth swooning over. Look for innovative cooking design with an eye for functionality and elegance. Want to see a sneak peek? We thought so.
Sneak Peek at Yard, Garden, and Patio Show 2014 Design
Don’t believe it’s going to be that great? Check out our past Yard, Garden, and Patio Show displays in these previous posts for more proof:
- All Oregon Wins Awards From Yard, Garden, Patio Show With Stunning Outdoor Kitchen and Living Room
- Garden Show Exhibits Showcase Oregon Landscapers Expertise
The final design plan is likely to spotlight the use of lighting and plant design to accentuate each area. Outdoor lighting and plant design are what merge each area together and offers a cohesive appeal to their entire landscape design.
Getting ready for the Yard, Garden, and Patio Show is a show in itself. It takes a logistical expert, hundreds of man hours, and a lot of determination to get the display ready. Think dump trucks, forklifts, and bull dozers indoors. Yes, really. It takes almost as long as the show runs to set it up, and with a staunch deadline, there is no room for error. We’ll fill you in on how all of that works in posts as we get closer to the 2014 show. Have ideas about what you like in the display? Leave us a comment or tell us on Facebook.