The summer season is in full-swing, which means it’s time to make sure your backyard BBQ space is the best on the block!
At this point, you might be a little worried because you have yet to begin trying to clean up your backyard, but worry no more! Updating your backyard space shouldn’t be hard, and with these few tips you’ll be on your way to having the best backyard BBQ space in the neighborhood.
Every good BBQ needs to have a place for a fire. You know, so when everyone is more than full on hamburgers and hot dogs they can sit around and continue to enjoy each other’s company. Adding a fireplace is a great way to modernize your outdoor space and ensure that you always have a place to hang out with friends. A built-in stone fireplace is an awesome way to update your backyard that looks great with the natural earthy tones of the great outdoors.
An inexpensive way to update your backyard area is to update your landscaping. If the space is feeling drab, plant bright flowers mixed in with already-existing shrubs and bushes to give your backyard an effortless, but beautiful look. Soon, your backyard will look flawless for everyone to see.
To ensure that you have a BBQ that everyone enjoys, make sure that you have enough seating. Nothing is worse than being invited to a party and not having anywhere to sit! Not only is seating a necessity for your backyard area, but adding updated furniture will also make the space feel new again. Try including an outdoor furniture set that has bright colors, or even add a few vibrant throw pillows to the mix.
If you are looking for a way to make your outdoor space standout from others, add a unique statue or other type of conversation-starting piece. Try adding a woven chair that hangs from a large tree or deck that you and your family can retreat to on a nice day. To add to the whimsical look, pair it with hanging lights to turn any backyard into your next oasis.
For more design and outdoor area ideas, check out our Backyard Inspiration Board on the Carpetland USA Pinterest page to get some inspiration for your next backyard project.