How To Decorate Outdoors On Budget
There are so many ways to decorate your outdoors from incredible tile work to breathtaking landscape. But what else can be done in the outdoors that will not cost as much as hiring a landscaping professional but also boost curb appeal? If you are on a budget there are still quite a few ways of decorating your outdoors.
Flower beds are great because you can not only build them yourself but also use them anywhere from a garden to your porch or window. Planter pots are also great at performing the task of decorating. Use flower beds along the walk ways or under your windows to not only increase curb appeal but also enjoy the sight of floral goodness from the inside.
Low Maintenance Garden
Got rocks and boulders in your yard? Use them to create a low maintenance rock garden. You might need help moving those rocks to the right location but all you really need is some seeds and effort to grow and maintain beautiful plants that will decorate and tone down the boulders in your yard.
An improvised canopy can be created out of some beautiful but practical fabric and four poles installed with help of friends and family. Whether using it for parties or just increasing privacy and sprucing decor the flowing fabric will instantly add a romantic feel to your outdoors.
Revamping Old Furniture
Old furniture can bring irresistible shabby chic touch to the green outdoors but you can revamp it if you want to by using paint, stain and new upholstery. Even if you are using simple folding furniture it can benefit from colorful slip covers and beautiful cushions.
Utilizing Junk As Outdoor Decorations
Old junk that may populate your attic, basement or garage can become quite useful not only in gardening and landscaping. You can use old jars to create outdoor lighting or use them as vases for outdoor table decor.
An old bike can be repainted and used as a landscape mark as can be an old wheel. A seat-less chair with a beautiful frame can be used as trellis for climbing plants while the old barrels, baskets, suitcases and other such disused things can make for great planters.