Monday, August 30, 2010

Beautiful Backyard Before & After

We're so excited to share this backyard overhaul with you!  Take a look at these amazing Before & After photos that were sent to us from a reader.

Michelle's backyard was boring and blah.


With the lack of landscaping, her pool was less than inviting.


So the renovation began!


And now, she has a BEAUTIFUL backyard!


With a new patio, grass and awning, her backyard is now wonderfully inviting!


Lemonade, anyone?



Michelle, thank you for sharing your Backyard Re-do with us. You did a great job!

29 comments:

  1. Oh how i love the after picks:) so amazing!! Oh and I am now your newest follower and i came here from SITS! I would love to see you by my blog;)
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  2. What a great transformation!
    I love those flowers along the fence!

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  3. Can you tell me what type of flower/plant that is?

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  4. When I blew up the picture, those plants look like azaleas. They need afternoon shade in hot areas, so I assume this is an east or north facing fence.

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    1. You are correct! They are azaleas. I think I may need some for my backyard!

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  6. This looks great! What kind of tree is in the corner?

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    1. Hi Jenni,

      The tree is a Japanese Maple. Sorry for taking so long to answer, - I just wanted to double check to make sure I knew what it was. I'll be posting an updated photo of the backyard soon, so that you can see how everything has filled in.

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  7. Were those paver purchased somewhere or did they make them somehow? The almost look like they custom made them from concrete. I would love to get some if they came from a local store. Great makeover!

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  8. I believe that it's actually poured concrete that has been stamped.

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  9. I am wondering about the pavers too. Where did you get them?

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