A West Islip patio makes a return after hurricane Sandy.

 

Because this entire Long Island backyard was completely destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, this landscape design project was a real challenge. The design had to begin with protection from the beautiful open water it faces. To help minimize and prevent future storm damage a cement wall was built underground and 2 feet above grade around the entire property. A custom gas fire pit sits near an elaborate natural boulder koi pond complete with a piece of driftwood deposited in the yard by Hurricane Sandy. A spacious outdoor kitchen sits on the opposite end of the property located perfectly as to not interfere with the flow of the entertaining areas. Lush plantings soften the entire design.

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  • To beautify the protective cement wall, it was faced with Boral Cultured Stone in Pheasant Alpine Profit Ledgestone and capped with Natural Brown Wave stone.
  • Techo-bloc Aberdeen Pavers in a blend of Azuro, Olive, and Rockgarden Brown were used for the pool surround and elevated patio to create a clean look.
  • Antika in Sandlewood and Parisian in Chocolate Brown were used as inlays behind the Natural Brown Wave Stone coping.
  • Both the outdoor kitchen and the gas fire pit are faced with Boral Cultured Stone in Pheasant Alpine Profit Ledgestone to match the retaining wall surrounding the property.
 
West Islip, NY swimming pool patio
West Islip, NY swimming pool patio and fire pit