Summer’s finally here and you’ll be spending more time outside. Thinking of sprucing the backyard up a bit?
Here are some easy and affordable changes that’ll keep you from ever wanting to go inside.
We actually have a post in our Backyard Living section on how to do this. Shouldn't cost you more than a hundred bucks, but the enjoyment you'll get during the summer months will be worth it. S'mores anyone?
You can always use more seating in your backyard, and these are comfortable and on budget. Just remember to place them at least 6 feet apart. Social distancing, am I right?
The ultimate in cheap relaxation. Got two trees? You're good to go. If not, they sell frames too. Only other question you have to ask yourself.. rope netting or canvas style?
We're on the Zen path again. Anything more peaceful than reading a book while your wind chimes sound and the fountain bubbles? We didn't think so.
Plants & flowers are another economical way to give your backyard some decoration. It won't be instant, but if you plant the seeds in June, you'll be reaping the rewards by August.
How Zen of you! And we're not talking lifestyles of the rich & famous marble structures either, a small fountain for under $100 will definitely enhance the oasis feel of your backyard.
Whether it's string lights, rope lights, tiki torches, or solar path lights, you can make a big nighttime impact with little investment in your backyard.