Small Backyard ideas

Bright morning is very suitable when emitted first in the backyard to get coffee or yoga before leaving for work, the air that much oxygen content. Create a Short Route buddy who has time to work please leave, do not forget to check back the files and documents.
Congratulations to work and be careful on the road, and make a friend who still later afternoon or afternoon work let us continue to enjoy coffee in this sunny weather.

Talk to enjoy coffee in the backyard, there may also be a dislike, can not, or can but not the imaginable imagination. But our focus now is to make a friend Short Route who has a small backyard but no creative touch, so it looks boring and looks not cool when to get together with friends. Do not worry Short Route will give some ideas and references for you guys to create a back garden so beautiful and cool.

Surely now you guys who feel have a small backyard thinking the idea is only for those who have a large rear garden, but what about us who only have a narrow backyard? Quiet pal, Short Route does give the idea of ​​a small backyard, because not all must be extensive and expensive to create something beautiful, and we can do it ourselves. Here the Short Route has collected some backyard references for you who have a small backyard and minimal funds, because it does not have to be expensive to create beauty.

For her small backyard, Californian Whitney Leigh Morris eschewed grass entirely, and filled the space with pavers and plantings. Lights strung above, and a tree growing by the fence, draw the eye up. See the full tour on Style Me Pretty.

This small backyard from Better Homes & Gardens is all about entertaining. A circle of gravel, surrounded by concrete edging, provides a spot for a fire pit and outdoor loungers.

It is warming up by the day here in the Hawkes Bay, so having a little spot to sit outdoors is  a must have. And although there are plans for a deck, they are on the horizon still. So in the meantime we focused on the awkward little corner in the back, creating a little spot to sit in the morning warmth and somewhere to toast marshmallows over once the sun goes down. With a few simple ideas and a bit of muscle we made one of our favourite ‘rooms’ in the house.

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