The House Formerly Known as Purple Rain, Las Vegas, NV
We got many thanks for neighbors for painting this house.
The foundations of the Palmer and Krisel homes are intended to be a different color in order to make the homes appear to float.
As you can see – the purple outside – overwhelmed the interior as well through the reflective light from the front overhang.
Most of the rest of the interior was just about painting, saving the original fireplace mosaic tile! cleaning up AND adding our signature gold glitter ceiling
Installed small 10×12 Master Patio using recycled blocks
Front Zen Garden
Sadly we only have a nighttime picture of the final look. It featured a river rock stream through a field of grey gravel. 8 traditional auspicious stones lead to the door. and a few aloes were strategically planted for maximum growth.
Back Yard Master Plans
The final plan included a dry stream, small pond, meditation circle, and tiki bar area on the back side of the garage. Power and water lines were installed, but this was never built.
Back Yard Before
For starters, the old concrete patio from the Caddyshack was broken up and transported to this property and was re-purposed as a retaining wall in order to allow plantings along the back fence to be a few feet higher in order to block the ugly view of the power lines.
Back Yard in Process
After the retaining wall was finished, Ask This Old house came out to install the watering system and Oldhami Bamboo Hedge. w also visited the old Springs Preserve Desert Demonstration Gardens during this video shoot.