Pallets are becoming increasingly popular to up-cycle into items for your garden. They are cheap and easy to source so perfect if you are on a budget. Whether you are a beginner or have plenty of DIY experience, there are items everyone can build. By making your own furniture or decorative bits will help to add a personalised element to your garden which will create those finishing touches.
Outside bars are highly sought after at the moment. It’s a great place to entertain and relax, especially in the summer months. Complimented with artificial grass from GrassWarehouse, it will help to make the bar area easy to maintain, especially in the colder months when gardens aren’t used as much. It means that your bar area will be ready to use whenever all year round without having to worry about getting it ready. It will create an excellent socialising spot, making your garden inviting and sophisticated. Just make sure you have enough pallets for the size you want your bar to be as it is very easy to overlook!
Flower pots and flower beds
If you want something simple to build or you are limited on space, then flower pots are the answer. You can make them to fit any spot in your garden, however big or small it may be. They are also a great way to finish off the look of your garden but also require little maintenance to upkeep. If you don’t have green fingers so want your garden to be as simple as possible, flower pots compliment artificial grass very well as your garden will always look good and colourful, especially from the bold green colour the grass will always have. If you have a bigger garden, raised flower beds are also something which are straightforward to build. It will give you more space to make you garden colourful from a variety of different flowers. This will make your garden aesthetically pleasing and lovely to look out to when you are indoors.
This definitely isn’t something to build if you don’t have a lot of patience but if you have children, a Wendy house is a great addition to the garden. It can be used to storage all of their outdoor toys in the winter months whilst being the ideal place for your children to play in when it is hot and sunny. You will also save a lot of money by building your own as they can be quite expensive to buy from a shop.
There are soo many ways to utilise pallets when designing your garden. Some more simple than you think. It will help to give a rustic finish making your garden give off a welcoming vibe which is ideal if you want to entertain guests. If you want your masterpieces to standout to make them a focal point of your garden, a coat of brightly coloured paint will help to draw the attention to what you have made. Who knows, friends and family might even get you to make things for their garden to!