It’s the middle of summer, and chances are, your yard has seen better days. If your Fourth of July barbecue ruined your yard, or maybe, you are just looking to update your space, here are 12 inexpensive ways to do so!
It’s always a little embarrassing when spring and summer come along, but your lawn still looks like it’s the middle of winter. Dead and brown grass is definitely an eyesore, especially when you have weather that should be producing thick, green grass. Here are a few steps to help improve your lawn and make it
You don’t need to go out and buy super expensive products and art for your garden in order to make it look great and be healthy. You can actually do a lot of great garden projects with items you can get from the thrift store.
Whether you consider yourself a regular artist, or you struggle to draw stick figures, a mosaic is something almost everyone can manage. If you are looking for a piece of artwork for your yard, but are stumped about what exactly you should do, consider adding a mosaic, as they really tie yard features together. Get
Are you tired of never finding your gardening tools, or constantly seeing toys thrown around your yard? Don’t worry about this any longer! Here are great ways to turn ordinary items into extraordinary yard storage. Think of it as your own personal storage unit, but cute!
There used to be a time when you could lounge in your backyard without worrying about being seen. That was, until your neighborhood expanded! Fences are a great way to add privacy and a sense of safety to your back yard area. Contrary to popular belief, fences are not the only ways to create privacy
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