How to Tie Your Front and Back Yards Together
Does your landscape feel like a hodge-podge mess? Make everything look like it belongs with these wish-I'd-thought-of-it tips.
[MUSIC] Create a cleaner and more cohesive look around your property by tying your front and backyards together. Here are three easy ways to make your landscape feel seemless. First, incorporate the same hardscaping elements in the front as well as in the back. Here the same stone transitions from the front walkway to the border of the back deck as well as the side yard. Next use the same types of plants in the same types of patterns. In the front of the house there are rows of small evergreens. These are also repeated along the back of the house. Finally, use the same color scheme throughout. Grey and slate blue tones appear in the front and back yard. They are used in the river rocks, lining the walkway and deck, then transitioning to blue planters in the back. For a tied together look, keep these three tips in mind for your next landscaping project. [MUSIC] [BLANK_AUDIO]