All that backyard space but no idea what to do? More often than not, people stop doing anything after having set up their garden and a few flowers here and there. However, your backyard could have so many other uses.
So, let's get into how you can truly maximise that space and how you can transform it from being just a great space to relax into a fully functional area as well.
Set up a storage shelter.
A storage shelter is a great addition to your backyard because not only does it provide all the benefits of a shed, but it is also so much easier to set up. This is useful for families who just have too many things to hide in the attic and simply cannot make space in the house. You can also store bikes, lawnmowers and even your household tools in these structures, so you do not worry about them being such an eyesore in your backyard.
Put up a tool wall.
Everyone should always keep some tools around the house, just in case you ever need to execute any do-it-yourself fixes. However, it is often too easy to lose track of all of those tools and just dump them into one box. Setting up a tool wall in your backyard could declutter that mess and give your backyard some great character. All you need is a pegboard and some hooks, and you are all set. Some families even make them multifunctional by using them as a way to hang their plants, too.
Hang storage buckets on your fence.
This is good for you if you have children who love leaving their toys around the backyard. You can buy those cute-coloured buckets in any hardware store, or even a toy store if you want to get creative. Simply put up some nails to hang those, and you are done.