Unique DIY Features To Beautify Your Garden
A beautiful feature in your garden can be an inviting space for guests. All you need to do is adding natural elements, colorful flower, stonework or even a water features to your garden. But if you like a unique feature to decor your outdoor space, then you are come in the right place. Here are some unique DIY features to beautify your garden. Just read this article and everything that you dream may come true by your own hands.
Tree Stump Table
If you have an old tree stump in your garden, do not throw it away. Add a wooden or glass on top of it and your old tree stump can turn into a little table to enjoy your time outdoor.
Garden string lighting can be used in a multitude of ways to upgrade your garden. Illuminate pathways, light up the porch, and add an intimate feeling to your garden.
Hanging Bird Bath
This project provide a spot for the bird while adding a charm look to your garden. All you need is a grapevine wreath and terracotta plant saucer and this project is ready to beautify your garden space.
Lace Stepping Stone
Just spray painted the stepping stone with a lace pattern using just an unwanted vinyl doily and this gorgeous stepping stone is ready to use.
Wooden Garden Walkway
Or consider to make this wooden walkway for a charming garden feature. All you need to do is just cut the pallet board down to size and arrange them to form a pathway.
Outdoor Hanging Bed
This hanging bed is a great idea to spend your lazy summer days. All you need is a pallet and rope. You can also beautify your hanging bed with cushion and blanket to add color and pattern in it.
Illuminate your garden path with rope lights for an easy and affordable way to light your garden at night.
Hang String Light Without Pergola
If you have big space to build, why don’t you build a garden playhouse to relax on summer night.
Do not throw away your milk cans, chicken feeders and galvanized mop buckets. Use them as a unique pot for your flower in your corner garden. This is also an easy way to add color to your garden and yes, it is on a budget.