Claudine Berry Backyard June 21st, 2018 - 00:17:16
Backyard decorations can turn unused, boring, or unattractive space into an area of beauty, tranquility, fun, and more. Choosing a theme or style of design is the starting point for creating an impressive and unique backyard. Below are some ideas of themes you may want to incorporate into your space.
With these five simple, affordable decor ideas you can liven up your backyard in a single day. Remember that although you might save a little money buying mass-produced items, you'll get higher quality and more unique backyard decor from professional artisans. One-of-a-kind, handmade garden art not only adds personality to a home's landscape, it can also become a treasured family heirloom.
Gazing globes- Here's another unique idea that's been around a while but is really making a comeback since the Victorian period when they were so popular. There are many different colors and sizes of gazing globes. Some come with their own unique stands to hold them. Most modern versions are around 10 to 12 inches in diameter but there are globes as large as 20 inches or those that are smaller than 10. The color and size depend on the unique look you are going for.
You may prefer a private backyard retreat for just yourself and your spouse. This could be designed in a small, secluded area of your backyard, near the beauty and tranquility of your garden, or surrounding a relaxing hot tub. The furnishings in your personal backyard retreat can range from a comfortable garden bench, a hammock, or a rejuvenated love seat from indoors.
Completing the backyard with this type of furniture shows the ability of the homeowner to have something that is not only original, but attractive as well. The craftsmanship of Teak products is immediately evident when put into place and far above outdoor furniture made from other materials.
Fountains and Waterfalls- Fountains and waterfalls are another way to add a creative touch to your backyard. There are many which can be purchased and set up easily without requiring any actually holes in your lawn. There are even small versions that can be placed on tops of tables or stands in the backyard and those designed to work in flower beds.