As spring is rolling around and summer will soon be upon us, it’s always nice to spend some time outside basking in the sunlight. The only thing that can make our outdoor experience even better is the sweet sound of twittering birds who have come to our backyard! In order to get those wonderful critters
Whether it’s getting from your deck to the yard or if you’ve got a large hill in the back, it’s always nice to have a sleek set of stairs that not only look good but tie your whole yard together. Instead of spending money on landscapers and contractors, choose one of these awesome ideas to
Everybody loves a nice refreshing water feature in their backyard, but it’s hard to decide what to do and then figure out how to do it! Here are some fun and creative ways to give your backyard a splash of fun with a great water feature!
Whether in our wallets or in our backyards, it’s always nice to see a little green. With these great planter ideas, you can have both! Use one or more of these ideas to bring your yard or patio to life while not having to break the bank!
Grass lawns can be expensive to water and a hassle to mow. While most yards are typically covered in grass, there’s nothing wrong with going grass free and having a different style for your backyard. Here are a few options of pulling up the sod and putting down some style!
When the weather drops outside and the daylight hours become fewer, it’s easy to forget what the outside and entrance of your home look like. However, they’re a huge part to decorating for the Christmas season! Here are some great ideas that will help you spruce up your porch and make it really look like
Having a rain barrel is a great way to save money and be environment-friendly. However, buying a rain barrel may cost as much as the actual money you’ll save from using it. Don’t compromise; follow these steps and make your very own rain barrel without breaking the bank! All you need is a plastic garbage
Having a large expanse of green, lush grass can be great; however, some people don’t like it and other times it’s just not financially smart because of all the water and management it takes to keep the grass alive. If you live in a heat-prone region where growing and keeping grass alive is difficult, or