Here's What People Are Doing With Their Sloped Backyards

These brilliant ideas will inspire you to conquer that hill.

By Hometalk Highlights

Build a staircase leading to the patio

You’ll love how it makes your walkway more inviting.

Recycle material for Gabion Walls

A 16th century creation that still has style, these walls split the backyard into two levels.

Separate levels with gardens and trees

Make one area for your company to relax, and another one for your kids to play.

Build raised garden beds

A no dig solution that also provides the perfect place to grow plants? I’m in!

Make a waterfall

It might sound daunting, but you’ve got gravity on your side.

Create a nature path

With just some flat stones and herbs, you can make that slope very zen.

Add a bubbling pond at the bottom

Some koi fish and lily pads add just the perfect touch.

Form a rustic rock wall

Add in herbs and bright flowers to make it colorful.

Place a pallet garden

Use the slope to your advantage with this brilliant and budget-friendly idea.

Upcycle tires as flower pots

Place them next to steps for a decorative feature.

Add stone steps for a cottage feel

It’s the perfect addition to personalize your backyard.