This landscaping project in Culpeper involved removing an older patio and a very overgrown landscape and replacing it with a much more extensive paver patio. Columns were added for architectural interest, and to place landscape lighting. A serpentine retaining wall was built to provide additional space for the patio. A small pavilion was built to create a place for eating and relaxing without being completely exposed- special attention was given to the placement of lighting around the pavilion to ensure that it remained an architectural feature both day and night. The copper roof tied in with the colonial character of the home, as well as the pillars. Western Red Cedar was used for the rafters and ceiling because of its beauty and weather resistance. Special lighting that included a water element (the spitting bronze fish fixture) were installed around the perimeter of the swimming pool. Finally, a Delgard aluminum pool fence was installed, and steps were built to make a transition into the lower backyard.