6 Fantastic Ways to Upgrade Your Exterior - Shabby Chic Boho

6 Fantastic Ways to Upgrade Your Exterior

6 Fantastic Ways to Upgrade Your Exterior

If you have a large backyard, the summer months are likely to make you want to go out there and get stuck into changing the way that it looks. The backyard is a wonderful place to hang out, play with the kids, and generally just have some fun. The problem is that if your backyard is too big, and it hasn’t been looked after for some time, it could look neglected and nobody wants to deal with that. 

Making the exterior of your home looks fantastic takes some time and yes, some investment. In this blog, we are going to talk to you through all of the ways that you can do that, upping the value of your home and generally allowing you to feel way more proud of your environment. From using companies such as Asset Roofing, to getting out there and assessing the situation yourself, you can ensure that your backyard is looking fantastic and exciting and comfortable for you and your family to spend time in. Let’s have a look at the exterior of your home and how you can improve it below.

6 Fantastic Ways to Upgrade Your Exterior

  • Personalize your exterior space. The exterior is the extension of your interior space which means that you can continue your things from the inside to the outside. You can do this with colors, themes, and even materials. If you have a pink color scheme with wood and cherry-colored materials inside the house, your decking, perhaps, could be the same color as your flooring. You can display your personal style even through the textures and colors of outdoor rugs and throws, petitions you may use on outdoor seating, and even the flowers that you plant. 
  • Make it comfortable. A great way to upgrade your exterior is to make it comfortable with seating and furniture. A bench on the front porch or on the wraparound decking, and even tables and chairs in your backyard can instantly make it look more comfortable and upgrade the look of the front and the back of the home. If you don’t have very much space, you won’t be able to incorporate seating for 100 people, but you could always go with outdoor rugs, cushions and outdoor beanbags for a comfortable luxury space to relax. If you prefer, you can use a loveseat for two.
  • Build in an outdoor kitchen. When was the last time you ate outside? If you have an awning outside that you can sit underneath, you can create an outdoor dining experience. Installing a barbecue or even a full outdoor kitchen can help you to capture the breeze while you eat your favorite food. Upgrading your exterior with an outdoor kitchen is an easy way to make the whole place look more comfortable and homely.
  • Light it up. By lighting up the exterior of your home you make it look more welcoming. The best thing about lighting is that you can do it in several ways. From solar lighting that lights up the pathway to the front door, to the security and wall lights in the car around the whole exterior of the house, you could light up the backyard and make it a very inviting space for everyone to see. You will improve the curb appeal, and you will make the home look way more welcoming than if it was shrouded in darkness.
  • Give it some focus. What are your feelings about fountains? Having a fountain outside your home makes it feel way more welcoming and exciting to look at. If you create a focal element, you can draw any attention away from dry and pot plants or pipelines in your yard. Greek statues, fountains, and even a tree that says fruit are all great ways to have a focal area. In the backyard, the focal point could be a fire pit with some low seating and a large umbrella to protect you from the rain.
  • Build an outdoor gym. You don’t need to have expensive equipment to have a gym, you can take some inspiration from the gym that I found in public parks. You can target most of your body muscles with push-ups and pull-ups, planks, and squats. Working out with fresh air is often the best thing that you can do. An open space is healthier and better for you to enjoy. This won’t take up too much space and you can put everything in a rack in the shed to keep it out of the way.

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