Outdoor living season is here! No matter how big or small your yard or patio is, it's time to kick back and enjoy in a space that is serene and beautiful. With a little creativity even the tiniest spot can be turned into an oasis.
A succulent's resilience and beauty make these an ideal plant to turn a boring fence or privacy wall into a stunning vertical garden. Because you're playing on the vertical you really don't need much space to achieve this look. Just grab some empty frames and turn your plants into art!
Potted herbs are great along a window ledge or in containers if space is limited. They look beautiful while they grow and you can enjoy their goodness long after the season by drying them. This easy DIY dryer is made from some frames and screens. Hang it from a hook and keep your precious floor space untouched.
Or hang some frames on a patio wall to create a gallery wall of drying herbs with this fun DIY!
Open up a tiny yard in no time by hanging framed mirrors along a fence. Or use them to define your outdoor living space.
Smaller spaces often have to serve many functions so defining the shared area into sections help make the space feel purposeful. To achieve this, try hanging a mirror or even art in your outdoor sitting area.
If your space is tiny you may not have room to add a large canopy or umbrella to give you relief from the sun. Add shade without compromising on look by hanging frames of moss from your patio.
Lots of fruits and vegetables grow happily in pots, which is ideal for smaller areas and keeping them off the ground means more room for you to move around. This DIY adds just the right amount of interest, function and beauty to your small space.
Add a touch of whimsy to your outdoor living with some empty frames and inexpensive mason jars hung from a privacy wall to make the perfect holders to display your fresh cut greenery and flowers.