1. DIY Backyard With Pond And Waterfall
Pond and waterfall are two perfect features to add to your backyard. This is the simple and inexpensive project you can DIY without taking too much space. It is all about adding the simple water feature to the small area so it looks larger and more relaxing with the sound of water in the backyard.
2. DIY Inexpensive Deck
This deck is so gorgeous with a few hundred dollars to spend. It is also available in a small size so that it will not take too much space in your small backyard. What you should do is to adjust the plans so it is a great addition that fits to your available space. A deck can be the best way to complete your backyard so it looks bigger. Besides, this project is easy to build.
3. DIY Planters That Glow In The Dark
You can make your backyard looks larger and wider if you provide a little light. Here, the light goes from the incredible DIY planters that can glow in the dark. The DIY project is so easy that you can make a few for your front yard, too. It does not a big deal if you have no room for the flower garden. The beautiful glow at night is everything for you.
4. DIY Picnic Table Convertible Design
Adding a picnic table is a nice idea to enjoy your time outdoors in the summer. If you have no room available for the table in your backyard, you should go with the convertible design. Here, the picnic table is convertible that you can fold it at anytime when it is not in use to save the space.
5. Easy DIY Mirrored Garden Effect
Make the space looks larger by adding a mirrored effect to your backyard. Here, you can create DIY mirrored gazing balls. To start, you only need some old bowling balls at the local thrift store and then make them to become mirrored garden balls. This DIY project is so easy to give a nice illusion of larger backyard.
6. Simple DIY Patio With Flagstones
You can separate the patio area from your backyard. This way will make your backyard looks larger. Here, the owner has DIY flagstone patio to create the separation. This DIY project is easy to build that you can go with any size. If you are dealing with a really small backyard, you should build a big patio to hold your outdoor furniture.
7. DIY Patio Floor Upgrade
Another way to create a nice illusion of more space is providing an upgrade to your patio floor. Here, the owner paint the floor in contrast look so that the space looks bigger. It also contrasts with the yard to give a separate space that makes the patio and the lawn are quite large.
8. DIY Small Patio With Fence
This is a tiny backyard but when you fence it all, you can transform it into a beautiful patio in your backyard. The owner here adds few small garden areas to provide more greenery. The rest of the yard has flagstone patio area. This is a great place to enjoy a free day.
9. DIY Tree Bench For Extra Seating
It is great to add some more seating without taking too much space in your yard. One of the best ways to do is adding a tree bench. Here, you can make a bench beneath a tree in the backyard. This is a nice decorative piece that still saves your space but provides enough seating. You should make this around a mature tree. If you only have a younger tree, make sure that you provide enough space so that the tree has enough space to grow.
10. DIY Garden Mirrors For More Space
It does not a big deal if you have a small backyard that you can even maximize the space by creating an illusion so that your yard looks bigger. It is all about optical illusion. When it comes to optical illusion, we are talking about the mirrors. Here, you may feel like there are windows that open to the larger yard. The fact is they are mirrors to provide illusion of more space.