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The inside of the home is often the place where you think about remodeling when you want to change the appearance.
Another area is the backyard as it often gets overlooked once you move into the home.
There are things that you can add to create a comfortable space to enjoy the outdoors, and there are a few larger backyard projects that can completely transform the look of the yard.
When you change the dynamics of the backyard, it can sometimes make the entire outside area of the home look different, so you need to think about what’s added before the job is completed as some projects might take away from the space that you once had for children to play or where you walk.
Think about the space that you want to remodel.
What do you need in the backyard? Would you need to hire a landscaper?
Will it be used to entertain, or will it be used as an oasis for children to play?
Will it be used as a place to relax? (Adding an outdoor fountain would be an awesome idea!)
If you are entertaining and spending a lot of time outdoors, then consider creating a living environment that you might see inside the home.
If necessary, add a concrete area where you can place an outdoor table and chairs or a wicker couch and table .
You can also create a cooking area with a grill and side table to hold the dishes and glassware.
An area that has a lot of flowers can often be tamed with a path. The path can be made with stones or bricks, but it should be one that is winding, flowing through the bushes and flowers in a way that makes it look like a garden instead of a trail.
Crushed rock often gives a little color to the pathway. Bender board can be used for edging.
If you’re looking for more beauty than function, consider adding a trellis to the yard. Add vines that stream along the side of the trellis and a few flowers for color. This can be an entry to the garden path that you created, or you can place a fountain near the trellis for a stunning effect in the backyard.