With the weather finally getting warmer, redesigning your backyard might be the perfect thing to do so you can start to spend more time outside. This article from realtor.com shares some unique ideas on how to create a new backyard environment. Enjoy the article and give me a call if you need help with any of your real estate needs. Tim Houterloot - Broker/Realtor 317-997-0165 cell email@example.com Source: realtor.com | Repost Houterloot 4/14/2021 - By now, the birds are chirping, flowers are blooming, and cloudless sunny skies are ahead. Warmer weather means more people will be spending time outdoors—and there's no better time to rethink your backyard design and try something new. “While confined to our homes in 2020, many of us had to recreate a sense of normalcy using any extra space we had. An empty backyard provides the perfect canvas to paint a new reality,” says Ashley Renne Nsonwu, host of the show "Ashley Renne" on Smart Healthy Green Living streaming service. The way you decorate your yard is definitely a personal preference. If you like your barbecue grill front and center, then by all means go for it. But if you're looking to push the envelope with your outdoor decor, our experts have some suggestions. Rule No. 1 to break: Neutral is best Who wants a bland outdoor space? Our experts recommend experimenting with color, pattern, and texture. “Today, there are more options than ever to create interesting patterns on the ground using different-size pavers, whether they be three-piece, single, or mixed,” says Joe Raboine, director of residential hardscapes with Belgard. “Add in contrasting inlays or borders, and your outdoor living space can be transformed into a work of art.” Read the full article...
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