DIY Holiday Landscaping Ideas and Tips

    With Christmas and holiday season just around, most people are busy shopping and planning for the holidays. It is a lot more fun to shop for Christmas gifts and decorations. After all, everyone is in an exciting, fun mood and wants to have a good time.

    Amidst all that hustle and bustle, have you paid attention to the landscaping of your outdoors? After all, your garden or backyard is an essential extension of your home and need equal attention. Why not follow some DIY ideas to spruce up the landscape this holiday season? If you think you do not have the funds, consider a loan for a smaller amount.

    DIY ideas and tips

    With some careful planning and thoughtful research, you can look forward to a well-designed landscape that adds more to the holiday fun this season.

    Start early and layer colorful flowers with lush greenery in your front yard. You can follow any patterns or placement that suits the landscape.

    • If the AC unit is visible, it can indeed be an eyesore, so keep it out of sight to make your outdoors look more pleasing and attractive.
    • Add some window boxes with flowers and green plants to add more aesthetics to the outdoors. Moreover, those boxes are very easy to build.
    • Add a water feature to your property, and it doesn’t cost much but can do wonders for the outdoor aesthetics. You can even use an old pot or whiskey barrel to create a gorgeous fountain.
    • Build a trellis for the flowers, as taught on DIY & Crafts, in your front yard, and they are fairly inexpensive. Those flowers look great when climbing the trellis.
    • Another good idea to make your large front yard more dynamic is by adding some large boulders and rocks. Those additions are sure to enhance the look of your yard.
    • Create borders for your garden or front yard and use plants and flowers to define those edging. You will find an instant upgrade to the look of your front yard.
    • Make a walkway for the high-traffic areas with the help of some wood beams and concrete. Your efforts will give a neat look to your outdoor area and make it look more attractive than before.
    • No landscape is complete without proper lighting, and your outdoor needs to look aesthetically pleasing at night too. So, make sure that those beautiful flowers and greenery remains visible even after sunset.
    • You can use containers to display flowers and ornamental plants. Place those containers along the steps on ledges or along the walkways in your front yard.
    • t is a good idea to place a mailbox, colored in red, and marked “letters to Santa” just to create more interest. Let children come and drop their letters to Santa and to be sent to the North Pole.
    • If you don’t have an outdoor fireplace, you can add one and can decorate it with some flowers based on the holiday season theme.
    • If you have an old sled lying around somewhere in the attic, pull it out and place it somewhere in your front yard to add some charm to the outdoor area.
    • Why not put up a Christmas tree in your front yard or on the porch? The Christmas tree sure adds to the festive look of the season.

    Well, now that you have plenty of DIY tips to redo your front yard and outdoors, get working, And don’t forget the backyard if you have one and do not spend all the time and efforts on the front yard. You can sue some creativity to give the backyard a stylish look and feel. For example, you can hang cafe string lights and can even place a snowman!

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