Villa Landscapes performs magic on Edina, MN, backyard

Villa Landscapes transformed this backyard from a tired wooden deck with stairs and run-down gardens into a stunning series of tiered walls, lighted stairs and an elevated paver patio, stone fireplace, and outdoor kitchen.

The VERSA-LOK Standard walls are in the Bronze Blend color with a Weathered texture. The Willow Creek pavers are in Harvest Blend with a Weathered texture. You can see the transformation in the series of before-and-after photos below.

Contact Villa Landscapes at one of our three offices in Oakdale, Burnsville or Brooklyn Park to schedule an appointment to design your own backyard paradise. Or use the handy “Contact Us” link on this site.

Before 1

The homeowner wanted a maintenance free solution for the back yard.

After 1

Retainig walls and pavers created a stunning deck alternative and create access to the back yard in this design.

Before 2

Decks need continuous maintenance.

After 2

This raised patio created with retaining wall units and topped with a paver patio is a  low- to no-maintenance outdoor landscape design solution.

Before 3

In bad need of repair

After 3

Steps with retaining walls and pavers, and stepped wing walls provide easy access to the yard.

Before 4

Wood decks and stairs need constant maintenance

After 4

Concrete interlocking pavers and segmental retaining wall units are the hardscape solution.


Special financing available. This credit card is issued with approved credit by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A. Equal Housing Lender. Learn more.

Convenient financing options available subject to credit approval. Ask your designer for details.

Financing is provided with approved credit by Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., an Equal Housing Lender. Ask for details.


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