How to Transform your Garden

Nov 24 2021
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Transform your garden. I love our outdoor areas we’ve created here at our home. We have a great deck and now we also have a new lower deck and fire pit that we put in this past summer. We didn’t get to use it much this year but I really look forward to it next year! One thing that added a ton to it was the café string lighting we added! A garden / back yard can literally add square footage to your home when the weather is nice.

Adding String Lights to our new pea gravel deck and fire pit. Wow did this break my brain... Here was our situation: The tall posts on(This is a contributed post, for more information about my compensation please read my disclosure policy)

Everyone deserves to have a beautiful garden, so if yours is looking a little bit overgrown, it could be time to do something about it. It doesn’t matter if the space you have is big or small, these tips can help you breathe new life into your outdoor area. Whether you’re planning a party or want to spend more days enjoying the fresh air, investing a bit of time and money into your garden can boost your mood and help you to feel more comfortable in your own home.

Decorative lights

There’s nothing like a bit of mood lighting to transform the look of a place. Perfect for anyone who loves sitting outside in the evening, coloured festoon light bulbs will create a magical atmosphere on your patio. Mix and match colours or pair them with white lights to create a subtle yet festive effect. String lights are incredibly versatile and can be hung on the side of your house, draped off patio furniture or woven through tree branches. The sky’s the limit, so get some festoon lights today.

Flowers

Nothing brings a garden together like some well-placed flowers. You could choose to revamp your flower beds or place pots and hanging baskets in the space you have available. If you don’t have green fingers, make sure you pick flowers that don’t require too much care and maintenance. It’s also a good idea to do a bit of research into when certain flowers bloom. Buying too many plants that flower in the summer will leave your garden looking bare in the winter months. If flowers are too much work, invest in some evergreen shrubs to give your garden some extra life all year round.

Comfortable furniture

Make your guests feel at home by getting yourself some comfortable garden furniture. From a swing seat to a hammock, there’s a huge range of pieces you could treat yourself to. If you already have a bench and some chairs, all you need to do is get some cushions to add that bit of extra luxury. Use waterproof covers for any soft furnishings or take them indoors whenever you’re done using them.

Shed

Is your garden full of bits and pieces that you have nowhere to store? A stray barbecue, bike or children’s paddling pool can quickly give your garden a cluttered, abandoned look – not to mention that things can easily rust and get damaged when left outside. A shed can help you to keep your space tidy and organised. It doesn’t have to be a big place, but if you have room in the corner of your garden it’s a good investment.

New fence

A rickety old fence can really give people the wrong impression about your garden, especially if it’s broken in places. Spending a bit of time mending or repainting the fence around your garden can do wonders for its overall image. If your fence is in need of major repairs, it could be worth getting a new one or replacing it with a hedge.

Transform your garden. I love our outdoor areas we've created here at our home. We have a great deck and now we also have a new lower deck
(This is a contributed post, for more information about my compensation please read my disclosure policy)

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