Summer is in and the outdoors are beckoning. Improve your outdoor appeal by undertaking any of these 5 small projects.
Summer nights are here once again. Time for family and friends to gather round and catch up with one another. But stories are not the only things you can entertain them with. Start the fire going and keep them anticipating for those sweet and juicy barbecues and steak, cooked directly from your grilling station.
If your air conditioning system is a sore sight to your house’s exterior, cover it with a pallet fence, a trellis or container plants. You can also apply this to any other outdoor equipment you have. Another system you can hide is your drainage system. By creating a curbed trellis around it and creating a mini dry riverbed by its downspout, you’ll mask the drainage system. These tips will keep your equipment hidden and increase your home’s curb appeal.
If you have a small and narrow outdoors, still get to keep a garden by having a customized monogram planter shelf. This does not only brands your home with your family initials, you’ll also have roomy pigeon holes for your plant pots.
Lawn Tool Storage
From your shovel to your gardening scissors and gloves, store it in a handy place and also get a quirky and useful garden décor. You can either have a shelf built on your fence or house’s wall complete with a protective door in case of rain. Now you’ll have your garden tools at arm’s reach and still keep your outdoors looking presentable.
Summer is in and the kids are out to play. Kids being kids, their games will certainly involve a lot of dirt and dust. Give them space to clean themselves up after a day’s worth of playing by creating a mini-mudroom for washing their feet.