Claudine Berry Backyard August 06th, 2018
The next category is large objects that make a statement in your garden. Fountains are stunning to look at and the burbling water is a soothing influence to any space. Wire or metal sculptures can be artistic and abstract and...
Polly Vaughan Backyard August 11th, 2018
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Corrine Le Backyard August 11th, 2018
To create a nature themed backyard, items such as bird baths, bird feeders, and a small vegetable, flower, or herb garden help set the tone for a naturalistic back yard retreat. Wind chimes, a fire pit, and rustic furniture give...
Florence Barron Backyard August 11th, 2018
Of course, there needs to be some type of seating in the garden. Once such a beautiful garden space has been created, it should be enjoyed. A pathway lined with solar lights could be designed to lead directly to a...
Corina Case Backyard August 11th, 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...
Jessie Petty Backyard August 11th, 2018
There are numerous backyard decorations that can be combined to create a whimsical outdoor space for personal enjoyment or entertainment. This theme of fun is great with children and adults alike. Frogs, ladybugs, cartoon type cats and dogs, and colorful...
Coleen Sharp Backyard August 11th, 2018
Are you trying to come up with unique and creative ways to decorate or improve the aesthetic appeal of your backyard? If you currently have a decking area or you are thinking about getting one installed there is actually something...
Carole Carroll Backyard August 11th, 2018
Finally, place your feeders in a spot that other animals, like squirrels and raccoons, can't get to. Place the feeders on tall shepherd's hooks or posts with baffles on them so the animals can't climb up to the feeders....