7 Backyard Design Tips To Try

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When it comes to outdoor design, it’s often the front yard that gets all the attention. These simple updates will help you create a beautiful and functional space in your backyard where everyone wants to gather, including you.

7 Backyard Design Tips Worth Trying

Effortlessly blend your indoor and outdoor space with an open-air living room. Comfortable seating, an outdoor bar and floor-length curtains will make the space feel like an extension of your home.

Use an outdoor rug to add warmth to your space and anchor furniture. Large, bold-patterns add an instant pop of color and personality.

 Add ambiance and safety to your space at night with outdoor lighting. Hang a string of globe lights around a fence, pergola or simply in your trees for an easy way to make a big impact. Find more creative lighting ideas on our Lighten Up! board on Pinterest

7 Backyard Design Tips Worth Trying

A fire pit surrounded by comfortable seating creates a great spot to gather with friends and family.  There are fire pit designs for every possible taste and preference – from bricks and concrete to metal.

Create a welcoming outdoor retreat by incorporating accent pillows to your backyard design. Mix and match patterns and colors to perk up your outdoor furniture and don’t be afraid to go bold, they’re easy to change over and over again! 

Whether they’re looking for a place to eat or a comfortable spot to unwind, a mix of seating options will keep everyone happy. A variety of comfortable seating choices adds flexibility and openness to your space.

7 Backyard Design Tips Worth Trying

Attract flocks of hummingbirds and display your drought-friendly plants with a simple hanging station made from a wood pillar or post.

It all begins with a home that inspires you. Visit Pardee Homes. Or click here if you’d like to chat with one of our New Home Specialists.

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