Ever looked at the back of your home and thought maybe you need to change it up a little bit? Well if you did and are still shopping for new ideas, well today we will be presenting a few ideas that will definitely pique your interest. In today’s world, the norm for most backyards is a well-kept lawn but there are a number of options available for people who want to stand out.
So the first idea is definitely a classic, a vegetable plot. Yes, this might seem as if it is something out of your grandmother’s advice book but looking at in terms of practicality, they had the right idea. In a world where organic is the healthiest option, what can be better than growing your own produce. Now you can actually follow Jaime Oliver’s cooking shows but out can also walk outside and pick up the veggies you need. But not only is it healthy but if you have young children, it will inculcate a sense of ecological responsibility or a green thumb. If it drags them away from the mind numbing cartoons, then I think you can call it a win. Yes, it might not have the same feel as lounging on Stratco patios but when your plot is ready to harvest, you’ll feel a pride that affects the green thumb in you.
Another great idea for backyard is by turning it into a getaway spot. Now this is more suitable for families with older children, who would prefer lounging on a deck rather than playing on it. On the other hand imagine, you come home after a tiring day at the office and you walk out on to the stratco patios and you enter your own private oasis. It can have whatever holds your fancy, a pool, maybe an all brick barbeque pit or possibly a little lounge area where you can enjoy some quite time under the stars. It’ll be an ideal place to light up the barbeque and invite a few friends over to enjoy a beautiful summer day. The sun, the food and a cool beer- whatever could be better.
We all are the kings of our own little piece of the world. Your home is a place where most of what you hold dear is and hose walls contain some of the most precious moments of your life. Then again sometimes you just need a change and why not start right in your own backyard?