Entering the Design District of Solana Beach you might notice the unique style and layout of Cedros Ave. Revamped and restored, designers have kept the industrial and cabinet buildings that resided there 60 years ago and turned them into an eclectic shopping experience. Small and tucked away the road was an industrial neighborhood because of its close proximity to the train station. Now it is a creative hub for fashion design, interior design, and for us here at Falling Waters, landscape design.
We love to take inspiration from where we live, and Solana Beach is the perfect creative tap that never stops running. Not only is the style influential, but the people we constantly meet bring new ideas and new ways of thinking to our business. We have built mutual relationships throughout our community that work together to encourage each other through all our businesses. We are very thankful for our friends. https://www.fallingwaterslandscape.com/friends/
We also are so blessed to be in such an unique environment that facilitates amazing, and beautiful landscapes. We have a great team who have taken time to study the best methods to see that our designs thrive; however, much of the success is contributed by the coastal effects of South Coast of California. The coastal mist, soft soils, and perfect climate leads to healthy and thriving landscapes.
Our office is right across the street from the existing train station (if you look closely at the picture above you can see our offices on the top left 👋). We are just blocks away from Fletcher’s Cove; next time you are in the neighborhood pop in and say hi we welcome all new friends!