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Add Color to Your Backyard With These Outdoor Design Ideas
Even with the beauty that Mother Nature offers, you can heighten the look of your backyard with pops of color and interesting decor. With spring and summer right around the corner, many people are creating the ultimate outdoor entertainment space. Here are some design tips to add color to your backyard.
Hang a Hammock
If you’re looking to create a spot for ultimate relaxation, consider adding a hammock to a shaded corner of your yard. Have fun with colors by mixing and matching the hammock materials with the surrounding plants, creating an oasis that promotes wellness and health.
Display Plants in Colorful Pots
Of course, plants and flowers can add an array of colors to your yard, but what you put them in can create a unique look to fit a theme or color scheme. Shop for pots with interesting patterns and designs that will tie together your space. Even look for light, bright hanging pots to add dimension and create a focal point.
Install a Birdbath
A birdbath offers a unique and natural way to bring more color into your yard. Of course, the birdbath can be painted any color you’d like, but the best part of this feature is how it attracts all different species of birds. From bluebirds to cardinals, robins to chickadees, a place for them to take a bath will cause your backyard to be full of color and life in no time.
Have Fun With Throw Pillows
If you have created an area on your back deck or in your yard dedicated to relaxing and hanging out with family and friends, you likely have a couch or a few chairs. Incorporating throw pillows is a great way to show off your style and add a pop of color. Choose a pattern, color scheme or even different shaped throw pillows to create a comfortable and cozy sitting area.
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