Fun DIY project for the backyard. Well now! I've got lots of candle jars from our old homes an now we have no trees in our yard but we do have a wood fence along the back!
Lighting is the simplest way to create mood in a garden. A few hurricane lanterns or tea lights hung from a tree can add instant romance to a summer's evening. [i]Image from [link url="http://www.johnlewis.com"]John Lewis[/link].[/i]
For her small backyard, Californian Whitney Leigh Morris eschewed grass entirely, and filled the space with pavers and plantings. Lights strung above, and a tree growing by the fence, draw the eye up. See the full tour on Style Me Pretty.
*****mirror frameReflect the Sun: We talk about using mirrors inside to make a room feel larger, so why not take the same strategy outside and “double” your outdoor garden space? (via House and Garden)
Pretty up a boring backyard corner with this pallet-turned-display case. Fill with an array of potted plants in the summer, then switch to pumpkins or pinecones for the autumn months. Get the tutorial at At Home with Kelsey.