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Outdoor Decorating Ideas, Just in Time for Spring and Summer!

By Whirl Construction (598 words)
Posted in Decorative Curbing on April 25, 2012

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Spring has just rolled around and summer will be here before we know it. With the warm weather, people are flocking to outdoor parties, barbeques and pools. Right now is the perfect time to add a few decorative touches to your home. Sprucing up your lawn and garden can help your home look world’s better which is perfect for when you invite your friends over. Here are a few outdoor decorating ideas just in time for spring and summer.

Decorative Curbing

Decorative Curbing 
Have you ever gone outside and regretted the fact that it’s almost impossible to see where the path to your front door is? Or thought about how nice it would look to outline your flower beds? Decorative curbing is a great way to outline pretty much anything from your house, your garden, your paths or your property. Decorative curbing is also useful because it can prevent people from mowing your flowers, stepping off of the path or going anywhere they aren’t supposed to.

Retaining Wall /Seat Wall

Retaining Wall 
A retaining wall, also known as a seat wall, is another great idea for your home. You can have a retaining wall/seat wall built around your property, across your front yard, around your pool or pretty much anywhere else you want to put it. Retaining walls/seat walls can be used to keep dogs, children, toys and plants in. Retaining walls/seat walls range from a few inches to several feet off the ground.  Seat walls are great social spots and make for great conversation spots.

Pavers and Paths

Pavers
Have you ever been outside and wished you had a nice patio to put chairs on or have a barbecue on or wanted a nice paved path between the road and your door? Pavers and paths are decorative, beautiful and extremely useful. You can use them to cross muddy paths, build an outdoor patio or even to cover muddy ground if you don’t want to plant grass. You can also use pavers to cover up your yard so that you don’t have to mow it! Pavers will beautify your home and come in a wide variety of different designs to fit your needs.  

Gazebo

Gazebo
A gazebo is another great outdoor decoration idea. Did you know that you can build shelters, shades and gazebos right in your back yard? If you like throwing outdoor parties, having barbecue’s or picnics, a gazebo is the perfect way to decorate your yard. Gazebos are aesthetically pleasing, will increase the value of your home and might just make your neighbors jealous as well.

There are hundreds of ways that you can decorate your yard in time for spring. Try planting flowers around decorative curbing, planting new grass and maybe even setting up a swimming pool for the hot months ahead. No matter what you chose to do with your yard, remember to choose a licensed, professional contractor to do the work for you. This ensures that the work is done properly so that your house will be beautiful after it is finished.

Comments (2)

Outdoor Furniture posted on: August 20, 2015

The idea is very refreshing and brings home a very natural area. Amazing.

Outdoor Furniture posted on: September 3, 2015

Premium Patio Furniture provide good quality outdoor furniture at a fraction of the cost you will pay for the same furniture in the large retail stores. So enjoy spring season with family in your outdoor area.

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