When it comes to giving your garden a new lease of life, it needn’t be expensive. In fact far from it. Depending on what you want to do with your outdoor space, you could find that making some small changes could drastically improve the ambience of your garden area.
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It’s all good and well saying you want to make changes to your garden, but do you know what changes you want to make? Are you thinking of a drastic overhaul such as removing your lawn, replacing your paving areas or uprooting trees? If so then this is likely to cost you more money as you look to bring in professionals such as tree removal sydney or paving experts to make sure any work is completed properly.
If you are going for a more cosmetic makeover, then we have some great ideas of ways you can spruce up your garden for less.
A Lick of Paint
A fresh paint job works wonders everywhere, inside and outside the house. Paint outdoor walls, plant pots or give any decking area a fresh coat of varnish. Using specialist outdoor paint will help protect your paintwork and your property against the elements for longer.
Lights can be a game-changer when it comes to giving garden spaces a new lease of life. There are so many options you can choose from too. String lights are perfect for pretty much any garden and you can buy them in a multitude of designs too. Drape around fixtures and fittings, walls, doors or gates.
Or how about adding statement lampposts to pathways or against the wall of your house? Think solar powered for a more eco-friendly option – but adding a statement to your garden couldn’t be easier with lights.
This is dependent on how green-fingered you are. Choose to add a flower border to your lawn, or if you have a patio, look at hanging baskets or plant pots. you can opt for real or artificial depending on how much time you want to spend tending to your garden.
Mix and match for a colourful explosion or create a matching colour scheme that compliments your garden design and pulls the whole look together.
For real plants, look for a variety of different plants that will bloom throughout the year and across different seasons. this will keep your garden looking bright and colourful all year round.
Of course, you need somewhere to sit in your new garden, don’t you! Where are you going to put your garden furniture and how big is it going to be?
Choose from a standard garden table/dining set with a parasol for protection from the sun, or how about a rattan suite that brings your sofa outdoors for some a little bit more comfortable to relax on?
Decorate with some bright and fun blankets and cushions to add to your new garden look and you are ready to spend some time outdoors admiring all your hard work!
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