Leann Christensen Backyard September 04th, 2018
Let's say you choose gray cobblestone deck post covers. You can also get a gray cobblestone pathway or walkway installed in your backyard that is similar or identical to the material and colors used for the decking. This will help...
Mattie Martin Backyard August 30th, 2018
With little careful planning, you can turn your backyard into a relaxing oasis, a family entertainment center, or even a complete, open-air home. Backyard decorating doesn't have to be expensive. There are plenty of simple backyard design tips that can...
Nola Rogers Backyard August 30th, 2018
You could even take things a step further and match the decking material you choose with the flooring of the patio space. For instance, maybe you are fond of mahogany colored wood. You can check with some of the local...
Millicent Sheppard Backyard August 29th, 2018
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...
Coleen Sharp Backyard August 29th, 2018
The chairs or loungers are available with or without cushions. These make them very comfortable as well as offering the opportunity to have a special fabric design which blends in beautifully with the surroundings. These are very comfortable for guests...
Penelope Preston Backyard August 29th, 2018
One of the best things about deck post covers is that they come in many different styles and colors. For instance, there are some that have the resemblance of cobblestone and others that resemble bricks, just to name a few....
Jessie Petty Backyard August 29th, 2018
A classical and elegant look includes figurines and statues. They can be placed in various locations throughout the yard. They can be semi-hidden among the flowers and plants or placed under a tree in the yard. Solar lights create a...
Nancy Higgins Backyard August 29th, 2018
Rain chains, called "kusari doi" in their native Japan, make beautiful and practical backyard decor. Although rain chains have been used for centuries in Japan to gather water, these days in the west they're used primarily for draining water from...