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Five ways to make your backyard even fancier

When we think about decorating our houses, the first thing that usually comes to mind is the interior. While the inside is crucial, we should not overlook the backyard. Think about it. The backyard is the place where you will gather with family and friends when the weather is nice. You could host a dinner party or simply gather around the fire pit with beverages. If you want to truly impress your friends, perhaps it's time to add a garden to the outside area - or update it if you already have one. Here are some ideas to help you get started.
Winter garden

The winter garden trend was established by European nobility in the 17th to 19th centuries as a way to bring tropical plants into their homes. By having these tropical plants indoors, homeowners discovered that they needed to alter the environment to meet the special conditions that these plants needed to survive. The glass structure of a winter garden is not only fancy, but very stylish. Placing some sculptures and elegant garden furniture inside will make this one of your favorite places to relax inside your house.


The “patio”, a term that originated in Spain, refers to an open-air space paved with cobbles, stone slabs, or special outdoor tiles. You can fill in this space with anything you like: a barbeque, an open fireplace or fire pit, dining furniture, or sofas. It is almost like having a living room—except it is outdoors—where you can enjoy the nice weather surrounded by the vividness of your garden.


Some may say that the fountain is a relic that should stay in villas of nouveaux riches. However, there are plenty of modern designs that turn fountains into stylish backyard accessories. Not only do they look fancy, they also have a calming effect. Sit beside it after a tough day of work, watch the water flow, and you will soon be at peace.

Zen garden

Traditionally placed in Zen Buddhist temples in Japan, rock or Zen gardens are secluded spaces that represent the intimate essence of nature and serve as places for meditation. Even if your backyard is not big, you can have a small spot with gravel or sand that is raked to represent ripples in water. The placement of the rocks in the garden is key. There are many rules in the Sakuteiki, the first known manual of Japanese gardening, for arranging the rocks in a Zen-like pattern.

Pool with a luxury liner

What is better than having a pool in your backyard? You can go for a morning swim, chill poolside in the afternoons and evenings—plus your kids will love it. If you feel that your pool is starting to look boring, decorate it with a luxury liner! Although many pool installers usually provide basic ones, you can find some special designer pool liners from companies like LOOP-LOC. They provide numerous options, including one fully textured and embossed designer vinyl liner infused with iridescent inks called Shimmering SeaWaves.

All of these options can help to create a stunning renovation for your backyard. Though some of them require more investment or space, any of these ideas will result in an outstanding effect on your yard. No matter what you decide to do to your backyard this year, renovate to impress!

29 Apr 2017 11:01


About Boris Dzhingarov

Boris Dzhingarov graduated UNWE with a major in marketing. He is the CEO of ESBO ltd brand mentioning agency. He writes for several online sites such as,,, Boris is the founder of and