Jessie Petty Backyard July 19th, 2018
If you are going to enjoy your backyard this season, the best way is to decorate your yard with functional items. The first thing that makes for an enjoyable time outside is a fire pit or chiminea. The addition of...
Florence Barron Backyard August 11th, 2018
Another theme many choose is to make the yard look like a day at the beach. This can be accomplished with bamboo torches, tiki items, canvas chairs, colorful lights, shells, sand, garland, and festive tables. The Bamboo torches and tiki...
Corina Case Backyard August 11th, 2018
The last category is light. Solar powered lights easily stick into the ground and create an enchanting ambiance as darkness falls and also do not require batteries. Lights that are triggered by a motion sensor will light up when someone...
Jessie Petty Backyard August 11th, 2018
It is also possible to purchase other types of Teak furniture to complete a beautiful outdoor area. Things such as garden planters, benches, loungers, storage boxes, end tables, and other items are equally attractive and make it possible to add...
Coleen Sharp Backyard August 11th, 2018
Spring just cannot come quick enough for most of us this year. It seems that more than half of the country has been in a deep freeze this winter. But don't worry, summer will be here soon, and we will...
Carole Carroll Backyard August 11th, 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...
Millicent Sheppard Backyard August 11th, 2018
The next popular category of lawn décor is water features. Wishing wells and fountains, are backyard decorations that appeal to people of all ages. A large wishing well with a functioning bucket will spark the imagination, and prove to be...
Mattie Martin Backyard August 10th, 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...