Everyone loves a good campfire story or gooey s’more, but not everyone wants to leave the comfort of their own yard to have those things! With these 10 DIY ideas, you’re only a little work away from having the comfort of a fire pit in your very own backyard!
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!
Patios are a great place to gather with family and friends, have barbecues, or just relax. But sometimes patios can be old and boring, with nothing colorful or inviting to brighten up the mood! With these eight simple DIY ideas, you can get your patio to become the talk of the town!
Old, rotting garden pallets are an eyesore that almost all of us can relate to. They seem to congregate in our yards and slowly decay over time yet never leave. With these 18 ideas, you can turn those pesky pallets into wonderful works of art and decorations!
When summer time rolls around and we find ourselves outside more often, it’s nice to have outside lighting that perfect matches the mood. No need for glaring flood lights or plain boring light bulbs; here are 15 lighting ideas that you can do yourself to create the most
Everybody loves a nice, relaxing place to go sit and enjoy the sun after a hard day’s work. However, it can be hard to find a couch or bench you like without breaking the bank. So, instead of spending money on something you only sort of like,
When the nights get longer and the weather gets warmer, we all find ourselves itching to spend more time outdoors and in our yards. Don’t drudge through another summer in a normal backyard, but put these 14 upgrades to use to make your yard the most exciting
To start off, let’s give you an idea about what “xeriscaping” means. “Xeros” is a Greek word that means “dry.” Xeriscape landscapes require less irrigation than traditional landscapes and therefore conserve water (and your money!). While especially popular in desert areas like Arizona and other parts of the Southwest, elements of xeriscaping can be incorporated