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    DIY Projects to Make Backyard and Patio

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    Are you looking for a way to make your backyard and patio look more interesting to see? There are many DIY projects to make backyard and patio seem to be more attractive and cozier for your family and guests.

    Here I will give you some ideas to do it yourself.

    Use a low white fence

    The low white fence is built to separate your front yard and the edge of your lawn.

    You can make the fence twisted around the edge of your patio.

    On the side of the fence, you can let the soils to be planted by different kind of flowers or plants.

    Use a low white fence

    Beautiful window well landscape

    You can attract your visitors by making a small natural landscape outside your window.

    You can plant many flowers to make it more pretty to be seen by people.

    I suggest you pick the bright colors of flowers so that it looks eye-catching and natural.

    Beautiful window well landscape

    Deck around the trees

    This is the best recommendation I have given to you about DIY projects to make backyard and patio!

    If you are professional in making items of furniture, it will be easy for you to make a deck around the trees.

    You build the deck with a low height above the surface and also in the center of your backyard.

    After finishing in creating it, place your sofa and table at the top of your deck that you have just built.

    Pick the natural color one, like gray, which has a similar color with the tree’s trunk.

    Deck around the trees

    Set up a bar

    You can set up a bar with a wide surface if your backyards have a pergola in it.

    The bar can be built by using some old woods nailed together between two posts.

    Then, you can add it with two to three chairs on the side of your minibar.

    Set up a bar

    Mason jar lanterns

    Have you ever had your guests at night? Well, the best place for you to welcoming your guests at night may be in your backyards or garden.

    By putting mason jar lanterns in your yard and light them up together, I guess your visitors will be amazed by how lovely your garden is!

    You can fill the mason jars with small stones for about half full, and place a candle above it.

    After that, hang it up in front of your house that is facing your backyards.

    Mason jar lanterns

    Weed yard into a serene and relaxing small yard

    If you have a weed yard in your home and you need to get rid of it, you have to follow this project.

    With low maintenance, you can omit the frustrating unwanted vegetation in your small garden and change it into a calming and relaxing small yard behind your house.

    By adding some rectangular paving blocks and put some plants in containers will make your small yard more serene.

    You can spend your time together with your family here by sitting around your yard.

    Weed yard into a serene and relaxing small yard

    Add some curb appeal to your house by creating craftsman style porch columns

    Add some curb appeal to your house by creating craftsman style porch columns

    Wall-Anchored backyard sun shade

    Wall-Anchored backyard sun shade

    Reflective Fire Bowls Created from Buckets

    Reflective Fire Bowls Created from Buckets

    Transform your mailbox into a small trellis garden

    Transform your mail box into a small trellis garden

    Mount flower baskets on wooden posts along the walkway of your front yard

    Mount flower baskets on wooden posts along the walkway of your front yard

    White fence for mini garden

    White fence for mini garden

    Build a sunken seating area with fireplace

    Build a sunken seating area with fireplace

    Laying a checkerboard pattern of concrete pavers

    laying a checkerboard pattern of concrete pavers

    A stone grilling pit for your backyard entertainment

    A stone grilling pit for your backyard entertainment

    Budget-friendly structural lumber to create 3 tiered corner plant stand

    budget-friendly structural lumber to create 3 tiered corner plant stand

    Create a stylish patio with large poured concrete pavers and pea gravel

    Create a stylish patio with large poured concrete pavers and pea gravel

    White painted old tires used as backyard lawn edging

    White painted old tires used as backyard lawn edging

    Make easy chess or checkers table using ceramic tile

    Make an easy chess or checkers table using ceramic tile

    Transform your mailbox into a small trellis garden

    Transform your mail box into a small trellis garden

    A simple way to renovate your front porch

    a simple way to renovate your front porch

    Place potted plants inside these buried pots for easy landscaping

    Place potted plants inside these buried pots for easy landscaping

    A feet-washing station

    A feet-washing station

    Reuse old galvanized buckets and river rocks and white candles

    Reuse old galvanized buckets and river rocks and white candles

    Paint black and white strips on a concrete floor to upgrade your front porch

    Paint black and white strips on a concrete floor to upgrade your front porch

    Sunken trampolines provide hours of bouncing fun with fewer safety hazards

    Sunken trampolines provide hours of bouncing fun with fewer safety hazards

    From this season to the Fall, it’s a good time to enjoy the outdoors. Whether the backyard, porch and patio, they are all great places to spend a happy time with your family and friends.

    Just think how cozy it is that play with your families or entertain guests in a beautiful yard or porch! Besides good decor and adding great curb appeal, you can also set up some interesting projects to your backyard or front yards, such as the outdoor bar, sunken firepit, chess or checkers table and sunken trampolines for kids.

    Take a look at the projects we have gathered for you. They will help you upgrade your home’s outdoor to make it more beautiful and fun; and enhance the curb appeal of your house and make visitors look forward to seeing the inside of your home.

    All of these DIY projects to make backyard and patio are brilliant and free to follow. Are you ready to prepare and make it on your own?

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