How To Turn Your Backyard into an Outdoor Room
What if you stopped thinking of your backyard as a tiny bit of lawn, trapped by a fence, and instead began thinking of it as an outdoor room, with dirt for a floor and the sky for a ceiling? This is an approach that works particularly well for townhouse backyards, and it can work for you, too. Here’s a little inspiration.
20 Amazing Backyard Ideas That Won't Break The Bank | Yard Surfer
Some say that beauty lies in your own backyard and they (quite literally) weren’t that far from the truth. These amazing backyard ideas won't break the bank
If you want to get nice feel every time and leave a lasting impression on your visitors when visit your garden, then you could consider laying a stepping stone and pathway combo in it. Walkways are an integral part of every garden and they are not only functional parts, they can easily become a decorative [...]
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How To Build A Stable Pea Gravel Path
I love the classic look of a pea gravel path or patio. What I don't like is pea gravel that gets everywhere, that washes away with every heavy rain, that hurts my knees because it's too deep and loose to comfortably walk in. And if your neighborhood is anything like mine, the local wildlife includes…
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A step-by-step guide to an easy DIY path or walkway makeover that we completed in one afternoon without any special tools or skills. Great for patios too!
Curb Appeal: 20 Modest yet Gorgeous Front Yards
If you live in a modest home, chances are your front yard is a modest size as well. (Although we fully recognize that everyone’s idea of “modest” when it