Decorating the inside of your home is nice and easy. Most people have a good idea of what they’d like from the rooms inside their home before they start, making this job simple compared to a lot of design. As you complete the inside of your home, you’ll likely start to feel very good about it. Yet, there is still one area you haven’t worked on: the garden. To help you out with this area of your home, this post will be going through some of the ornamentation you can use to make it unique to you while avoiding tacky items.



In recent years, fountains have become much more popular inside and outside modern homes. With technological advances, this sort of feature has become much cheaper and easier to use. Instead of having it plumbed and wired to your home, this device can be powered by the sun, collecting its water from rain or little top-ups. You can use websites like Instagram to give yourself a good idea of the fountains other people are choosing.



Spending spring and summer evenings in your garden is one of its best uses, and it will provide some of the best memories your outside space has to offer. However, this sort of dream won’t be achieved if you go inside to see. Garden lighting comes in various shapes and sizes, with some options being powered by the sun and others relying on battery power or mains. Whatever you choose, make sure it can illuminate the garden enough for you to use it.



Sometimes, the best ornaments out there are options which don’t really look like ornaments at all. A weathervane can give a garden a good dose of much-needed character and class while serving a purpose. Weathervanes are used to determine the strength and direction of the wind. But they are usually designed to look appealing, too. This item can go anywhere, from on the roof to sitting on a table.



Many people like the idea of their garden being a hub for all things natural. Having furry visitors is one of the best ways to make your outside space feel alive, but you’ll have to do something to attract them. A birdbath is a great way to do this, as it looks great while also giving birds a place to wash and drink. Bird feeders can also be good. But be careful; birdbaths and feeders don’t mix well with cats.



Keeping plants in your garden will also help to make it feel like a much more natural area. Potted plants will be much easier to look after in most places than bedded ones. This allows you to add some colour or interesting shapes to your garden while also making a home for some plants. The pots you use will make a huge difference here, but you can find many examples online.

Hopefully, this post will give you a good idea of what can be done when you’re trying to find ways to spruce up your outside space. Having a garden you love also means having somewhere to spend time with friends and family without being cooped up indoors. Of course, it will take some work to make it perfect.

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I’m Stacey, in my mid-late 30’s, from a tiny village (officially a hamlet) in Lincolnshire.

I’m a mum to two handsome boys. They’re both diagnosed autistic but that only makes them different, not less. Barney, a Frenchie x Beagle, is my furbaby. Owner of a husband too!

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