The weather outside may not be ideal, but it’s never too cold to work on your yard, and these projects are a great way to start. Even a small out of doors renovation project, such as installing a new patio, can really improve your home’s value. These four easy outdoor projects are perfect for the spring, summer and fall.
1. Outdoor Kitchen
Go ahead and buy a new patio set, but it’s not quite finished until you add a kitchen. You can create your own outdoor kitchen with The Home Depot’s outdoor furniture, which is built to withstand harsh weather conditions. There are several different styles of patio furniture available from The Home Depot, each designed for different home styles and climates.
2. Patio Seating Area
Not everyone likes to sit outside all day long, so why not turn it into an area where you can have a great meal? A patio seating area is a great place to enjoy the outdoors for hours at a time. With The Home Depot’s patio furniture, you can easily add seating to any existing space in your yard or create an entirely new spot from scratch. You can also choose from several different types of chairs, including Adirondack chairs and swing chairs that will make you feel like you’re in the middle of nature even when inside your home.
3. Decks & Porches
If you love sitting outside in your yard and don’t have the room for a full-blown patio, consider a deck. The Home Depot offers a wide range of decking materials and styles to choose from, including pressure-treated wood, composite decks, natural wood, cedar and more. You can even get a durable outdoor rug to protect your decking in the wintertime.
4. Garden Shelters & Gazebos
If you’re looking to add some shade to your yard but don’t want to spend the money on a full-blown gazebo or patio shelter, consider building one yourself with The Home Depot’s plans and instructions. These projects use inexpensive materials and are easy enough for anyone to complete. You can also choose from several different styles of garden shelters and gazebos that look great in any yard or garden setting.