Hello all you DIY enthusiasts, time to get your mind wrapped around the “DIY in 2018” mindset. It’s time to figure out what great projects you will be building. Something indoors is always good when Jack Frost is still hanging around, but why not get started on designing your new backyard?
Bring that outdoor living space to life and build a beautiful outdoor fireplace and outdoor kitchen in your back yard. While you’re at it, add a pizza oven and a sitting area. Cover the whole project in faux stone veneer and stucco with a matching paint color and get to living outdoors.
The new year brings great deals and lots of sales on grills, grates, outdoor furniture, and even building supplies too. Grilling out during the super cold months of January and February probably aren’t optimal, but if you get the supplies and the plan ready, you can start building right when the weather turns for the better.
We here at Backyard Flare can help you with a great design and we can certainly work with whatever structure shape you want to achieve. Give us the dimensions and space you have to work with and we will show you some great possibilities. We will work with you along the way and you’ll stay involved during the whole process. It’s a fun process and you’re in charge.
Have a great beginning to your 2018 and let us help you get into the “DIY in 2018” mindset. Happy New Year and happy building.
Oh my…the Christmas season is in full swing and decorations are being added to everything indoors. Why not add some spice to the outdoors too? Add some small things or even some big things to your fireplace and make it spectacular. Some people add great decor to their structures and turn them into a “Christmas Fireplace”. We have seen some spectacular outdoor fireplaces this 2017 Christmas season that we just have to share.
Does it get much better than a decorated outdoor structure with signs of noel and joy? I don’t think so. Check out the mantel covered in red berries and a green pine wreath above it. With the vases full of flowers, this fireplace makes me want a warm glass of cider or some hot chocolate with extra marshmallows.
It doesn’t take much to turn an already gorgeous outdoor fireplace into a seasonal masterpiece. Another wreath makes this fireplace step right into the Christmas season and the lighting overhead adds a lot too. By adding reds and greens, as well as lighting and images of Christmas, you will turn a nice space into an even more welcoming space.
What are some of your holiday decorating ideas? Write a comment and let us know and even share a picture of how you designed. Thanks and we hope you have a great holiday season. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.
Care to add a DIY fireplace to your backyard? Visit us at www.backyardflare.com for great information and ideas for your next project.