If you have a natural talent for drawing, a mural on a plain outdoor wall can really bring your outdoor space together. This cactus painting brightens up this outdoor dining space while adding Southwestern-style flair. Plus, it’s an Instagram-worthy spot to post pictures of yourself enjoying your backyard.
For your next outdoor party, put your favorite concoctions on a wire shelf with wheels. It’s compact, budget-friendly and you can stock and dress it up to fit your personal aesthetic.
If you love a backyard with plenty of color and lush plants, look to every corner you can to grow flowers including your porch ceiling or your fence. If you don’t want to install any hardware or make any holes in the wall or ceiling, you can easily hang pots of colorful flowers to a fence using S hooks to add that extra pop of color.
Cinder Block Firepit
A firepit is a backyard must (especially if you live in an area with a cooler climate), but they can be pricey. You can still gather around a nice firepit by making your own at a much lower cost. To do this, surround a metal firepit bowl with cinder blocks or pavers in a staggered pattern to mimic the look of a nice stone firepit.
Colorful Seasonal Pillows
Garden Potting Station
A Relaxing Hammock Nook
You don’t have to go far to enjoy a quiet sanctuary; you can create your own little getaway right in your backyard. Set up a hammock, and add pillows, string lighting in trees, blankets and even a plate (or basket) of food for when you get hungry to create a place you can quickly sneak away to enjoy some quiet time.
Backyard Movie Night
Bring movie night home by hanging a large white sheet using rope or zip ties in your backyard. Lay down some blankets and pillows and use a projector (you can get a budget-friendly one that connects to your phone) to watch your favorite movie with friends or family.
Painted Ceiling and Flooring
Paint can go a long way in a backyard, and it’s one of the most budget-friendly and easiest ways to update a backyard. Paint your patio flooring and ceiling in bold colors to add some visual appeal.
Buying an entire patio set can be really expensive. Instead, you can dress up a budget-friendly picnic table for your next gathering outdoors.
If your patio is just a concrete slab, you can easily dress it up with the right furnishings like a colorful or patterned outdoor rug. You can find many outdoor rugs for a great deal on online stores, or you can thrift one from a secondhand store.
Your outdoor kitchen prep area could always use more storage. Add a pallet of wood, paint it and add magnetic strips to hold knives and towel rods to hold other essential items.
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