Amalia Giles Backyard June 13th, 2018 - 02:59:27
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.
The quickest and easiest way to spruce up any yard with is with backyard decorations. These can include anything from lighting to flower planters. There are so many options that you can really create the space you want. Following are a few ideas of what are popular lawn decorations.
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.
Another category is items that are both attractive and practical. Large clocks, decorative thermometers, and rain gauges can add beauty and function to an outdoor garden area. One can have fun seeing how much it rained during the day or what the temperature is outside.
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Topiaries--trailing plants grown on wire forms--make eye-catching backyard decor for both formal and casual landscapes. For an up-scale look, use several to accent the backyard's entrance or arrange them in uniform rows. Create your own backyard museum piece by standing a topiary on a pedestal. If your landscape has a more laid-back look, just let the topiaries grow a little more freely and put them anywhere they fit in. In any garden, topiaries also make attractive "fixtures" for landscape lighting. Sophisticated as they look, small topiaries costs very little to make. All you need to create one is a pot, a windng plant like ivy geranium or English ivy, and a frame such as an upturned tomato cage.