See how they transformed their weed garden into a more manageable space.
Broken pieces of concrete can create a pretty shattered walkway, especially when you surround them with plants.
Backyards are so much cooler if they come with a place to roast marshmallows.
Sometimes a simple floor update can give you a whole new look.
Add a mini paradise to your backyard with this brilliant and low-budget idea.
Cut pallet wood to desired size and drill together.
Place brightly colored gnomes or fairies, and include plaques of flowers.
Make your own cedar cube landscape lights!
Grab some recycled wine, beer, and liquor bottles for this stunning idea!
A cute little privacy screen that resembles the look of a pergola.
Use pallets, old windows, and tin cans to make an backyard incredible shed!
Opt for a succulent only garden and paint containers with stone spray paint.
Attach the corner posts for a base for the bridge and put on the slats.
Define the edges of your simple walkway by surrounding it with red lava rocks.
A gazebo isn’t really a gazebo unless you can lounge and sit under it.
Install sections of lattice fence and add old doors.
Join pallets together, paint, and place the polystyrene beads into wire.
Embed bricks edgewise and insert Michelobe bottles against the cement.
Use pea gravel to edge your bright flower bed, to create a pretty strolling space.
It's reminiscent of your beach vacation, and your kids will love playing in it everyday.
Lay down whole pallets to create an easy and instant garden pathway with rustic charm.
You don’t even need the fish, just some lily pads will add some zen to your backyard.
You’ll be much more inclined to sit outside without the sun beating on your head.
Pour and stamp concrete to get the molded stone walkway you’re craving without the mess or money.
Dig down half way into soil and layer rocks up as high as desired.
Cut down to four planks, distress the paint, and coat each pallet with potting soil.
Tie at the end of the rims with twine and weave in between the bars.
Take a copper teacup from Goodwill, rough up with sandpaper, and fill with flowers.
Update your patio with fairy lights by stringing white bulbs through some grapevine balls.