Side Yard Ideas to Give Your Useless Spot a Life

January 13, 2017 - by : hopoorand  |  Design Ideas  |  No Comments  |  1473 Views
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Side yard ideas on how to use the often overlooked side yard of your home, are often sought by people that really wants everything in his/her house to be useful. Which is actually should be done by every people on this planet. Why we should not fight inefficiency and ineffectiveness? No more boring and dull side yard. No more creepy looking empty narrow space exists in your home.

Side Yard Ideas to Put the Space Life Back

First, let us analyze what kind of side yard that needs to be repaired. If your side yard looks boring, only provide a pathway or even nothing, it needs to be fixed quickly. A good landscaping on the front or back yard will be ruined if this narrow, awkward and lost space not used well.

If you have that kind of side way, prepare to do some landscaping. First off, side way is something that connects your front yard and back yard. It will be a shame when a connection, or a bridge, doesn’t have a good place to walk. Put a pathway first. Whether it will be some sort of stone path, like, limestone, or a concrete one, just make sure the path is inviting to people. This will be good when you have your front and backyard well landscaped.

Next, put some plants. No need to be fancy or so just put something to fill the emptiness there. Bushes in the sides of the path will look good, so is bamboo. A water feature for another example will be a good composition when placed correctly. Another idea is to make the side yard as your secondary workplace or relaxing area if your side way has enough space. A play space for children? Possible. A patio? It is possible. Or even a secondary entrance to your home? The possibilities are unlimited.