Modern Backyard Design Ideas

Modern Backyard Design Ideas

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decorating the inside of their homes. But, what about their outdoor areas? Not a lot of people are blessed with a backyard, but those who are have a chance to make a beautiful little personal oasis where they can relax and spend some quality time with their friends and family.

With that in mind, here are some modern backyard ideas that will turn your ordinary backyard into a beautiful space that fosters joy, relaxation and fun.

Declutter

Before you get down to any actual work, you should first declutter your backyard. Get rid of any dry branches and plants – you can use them to make your own composting bin, cut your grass and prepare your backyard for the next step, which is determining the layout.

Determine the layout

Next, you need to assess your backyard and come up with the right layout. However, before you do this you need to think about various areas you want to have in your backyard. Knowing what you want to incorporate in the design will help you determine where you want to place it. In a modern backyard, more often than not, you can find a seating area, an outdoor kitchen, an outdoor dining area and sometimes even an area designed for ultimate relaxation.

Add a statement feature

To add some modern pizzazz to your backyard, consider installing a statement feature. Most commonly people decide to add a beautiful water feature in the form of an artificial lake or an elaborate fountain. However, do know that you don’t have to go so big – you can simply add a beautiful bird bath or even take an entirely different route and get your hands on a wooden carriage, embellish it with different colorful flowers and make it work as a focal point of your backyard. With the right tools this can be very easy to do, so look for professional reviews online to find a quality portable table saw and all of the supporting equipment like power drills or various hammers, which you will need for your every DIY project.

Set the base

Your next step should be setting the base in your backyard. Once you decide on the layout and where each area will be positioned, you can now choose the pavers. Natural stone and concrete are the most eco-friendly options you can go with, so keep that in mind when covering your backyard. Alternatively, you can create concrete bases for different areas and make pathways leading to and from them out of natural stone.

Create a seating area

Some of the prettiest seating areas feature comfortable outdoor furniture pieces, a fire pit and even an amazing outdoor rug. So, choose a waterproof outdoor rug to work as a base of your design, place a modern-looking coffee table with a fire pit in the middle and arrange the furniture pieces around it. You’ll be left with a beautifully designed area where you can sit back and relax after a long day while spending some quality time outdoors, in the fresh air.

Outdoor kitchen and dining area

Since outdoor kitchens and dining areas have become so popular, you should definitely consider adding them to your backyard. Now, since these two areas are quite big, and protecting them from the elements can be somewhat tricky, you can consider installing an open bay shed in your yard and placing all the elements inside. This way, you’ll still have an outdoor kitchen with room for dining, but they will be completely covered, allowing you to use them even when the weather is not the best. Therefore, browse various open bay sheds online until you find something that will work perfectly in your backyard.

Add some privacy

Simply put, you won’t quite be able to fully relax and enjoy your new backyard to the fullest if you constantly have to shield away from the prying eyes of your neighbors or passersby. That’s why you should consider adding another dose of privacy to your backyard. Now, while you can most definitely choose to outline your yard with a sturdy fence or a brick wall, there are certain ways you can make it even prettier. For instance, consider planting various climbing vines, such as the beautiful flowering Perennial or evergreen Clematis, next to your wall or fence, to make it visually more appealing.

No matter which idea you choose to try out, or even if you opt for including all of them in your backyard, we’re sure you’ll be left with a beautiful outdoor area worthy of an exterior design magazine cover.

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