#3. Adding an Outdoor seating
An outdoor hideaway can be created by placing a porch or bench away from the house towards the yard’s border. It is possible to utilize concrete, stones, or pavers. If the place is created near trees or tall flowers, it will be more peaceful, and chairs or benches will offer you to work or sleep while sitting or lying down. Keep it 6 to 8 feet away from your property boundary and encircle it with flowers.
#4. Designing a Water feature
A water design should blend in with its surroundings, even if it’s a little self-contained water feature on a porch. You may make it out of natural materials or a stone or substance that matches the one you used on your house. However, your attempt could backfire if you use too many resources. To keep in mind is to use no more than three pieces in a single location. Otherwise, the area will become overly congested.
#5. Building a pathway
Rather than mowing the lawn and creating a haphazard trail of dead grasses linking your patio, fire pit, and garden, create a gorgeous pathway with concrete stepping stones, natural cobblestone, decorative brick, or rock pieces.
To visually connect the walk to the home, build a route, pathway, and any other landscaping feature out of the same or similar material used outside the house, such as brick or stone. Alternatively, you may use the fabric to make a beautiful walkway.