4 Landscape Designs to Explore for Adding Personality in Your Home Exterior
When it comes to the exterior of your home, the landscaping paints the picture. A poorly landscaped yard destroys curb appeal and makes a bad first impression. A well-landscaped yard shows your style while adding value to your home.
In this article, we’ll take a look at four landscape designs that can take your home’s exterior from ordinary to spectacular.
Install a Backyard Pond
This is a landscape idea that works well for small spaces and big spaces alike. Before getting started on a project like this, it’s best to get in touch with landscaping services that can do the bulk of the work for you.
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Choose the best type of stone to surround the pond, and make sure they build in a relaxing waterfall feature. Expect that your pond will require some maintenance, especially if you decide to add some koi or goldfish to it. But this landscaping idea will add a huge amount of appeal to the exterior of your home.
Strategically adding mulch to the exterior of your home will add the personality and style you’re looking for. Choose a mulch color that goes well with the color of your home, then buy plenty of it. Once you start adding mulch to the exterior of your home, you’ll find out that a little doesn’t go a long ways.
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Use it in your flower beds, around trees and in any area where you want to add splashes of color.
It’s tempting to put all your flower beds and borders along your property’s perimeter. But adding “islands” throughout your property creates interesting features that are unexpected and beautiful.
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Islands add depth to your yard and create a sort of mystery that improves the personality to your yard. Don’t overthink the placement of your islands. They work great in any number of areas.
Incorporate Paths and Walkways
Paths and walkways work well in yards that have several key features that you and your guests want to travel between. Paths can be brick, concrete, or even mulch. Take your time to design paths and walkways strategically between the landscaping features you want to exhibit the most.
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Landscaping Made Easy
Adding personality to the exterior of your home doesn’t have to be difficult or expensive. With these simple ideas, you’ll bring life to your yard without breaking the bank.