Landscaping your home is an incredibly fun, but simultaneously stressful project. There are a lot of different factors to consider, and often you won’t even be able to think of all of them before you start working. Sometimes issues and concerns will present themselves to you as you’re working on the landscaping project. One such concern is making sure that your backyard is kid friendly. If you don’t have children and don’t often invite over friends that have children, this probably isn’t something that matters to you. But if you have kids, there are a few things you may not have thought of yet, that you should consider.
With summer almost here, many homeowners are thinking about how they can spruce up their lawns for better curb appeal. While smart lawn mowing is one surefire way to get your lawn looking great, adding a beautiful garden edge is what will truly set your lawn apart from the rest, giving it more definition and texture. Here is a look at 5 creative and stunning ideas for lawn edging around garden beds.
In our humble opinion, having a yard is one of the best parts of owning a house. A nice yard is what makes a house a home, as it can be a wonderful place to use to relax, or for events with families and friends. The other great thing about having a yard is that it provides a place for us to have pets. While you can have a dog in an apartment or condo, there’s something much nicer about being able to have a yard for them to run and play in. However, as any dog and home-owner can tell you, dogs have a knack of being very destructive, and your yard is no exception to this. Here are some things to remember when trying to keep your yard nice with a dog…
If you’re embarking on a new landscaping project in your backyard and have a particular fondness for summer, why not create a backyard suited perfectly to summer fun? A backyard can be landscaped to provide a suitable area for many summer activities, including s’more making, movie watching, and outdoor lounging. Here are a few stellar ideas to give you inspiration on sprucing up your backyard this summer.