How to Do a Backyard Remodel on a Budget: 4 Hacks

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Did you know that just a few minutes a day in the sunshine can do wonders for your mental and physical health? And what better way to enjoy the outdoors than in the comfort of your own backyard?

If your outdoor space isn’t quite what you want it to be, don’t worry! You can complete an entire backyard remodel in as little as a weekend – and without spending a fortune.

To learn a few of the best tips for revamping your backyard on a budget, just keep reading!

  1. DIY as Much as You Can

One of the best things you can do to save money during a remodel is to DIY everything you can. Now, for your own safety, it’s important that you don’t take on any projects that you can’t handle.

But the good thing about a backyard remodel is anyone can do it! Unless you’re doing some major changes, you won’t have to worry about plumbing, electrical, or any other potentially dangerous projects.

  1. Plant Perennials

Nothing refreshes a space quite like greenery. If your backyard is lacking plant life, it’s time to add some!

There are a few options with plants. You can keep them in pots, arranging them around your deck or patio, or you can plant them directly into the ground. If you can, why not do both?

When you’re working with a budget, perennials are going to be your best option. Unlike annuals, perennials don’t require repurchase every spring. Yes, they go through an off-season, but they’ll come back year after year.

  1. Refurbish, Don’t Replace

For those with existing patio furniture or other pieces of backyard decor, try to refurbish rather than replace them. A coat of spray paint and a bit of creativity can go a long way in taking your backyard up a notch!

Get rid of any rotted or unstable chairs and other furniture, but keep anything you can fix or give new life with paint. This includes chairs, tables, pots, even stepping stones!

  1. Invest Where You Can

Any type of home remodels, even one done to your outdoor space, can become expensive. But by saving as much as possible where you can, you might find that you have a little bit leftover to invest in a piece or two for your backyard.

If you find this to be the case, furniture is one of the best things to invest in. High-quality furniture will pay for itself in the long run, as it will often last much longer than cheaper options.

For those working with a larger budget, you could consider adding a guest or pool house to your yard. Take a look at to learn more!

Take Your Outdoor Space to the Next Level with These Backyard Remodel Tips

The ability to enjoy yourself in the privacy of your own backyard is one of the biggest benefits of owning or renting a house rather than an apartment or condo. Get the most out of your outdoor space by completing a backyard remodel!

As you can see, transforming your backyard doesn’t have to break the bank. By adding a few plants and giving your existing pieces new life, you’ll have the yard of your dreams in no time.

Looking for more ways to improve your home inside and out? Be sure to check out our blog!

Bella Duckworth

Bella Duckworth

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“Architecture is really about well-being. I think that people want to feel good in a space… On the one hand, it’s about shelter, but it’s also about pleasure.” – Zaha Hadid

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