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Outdoor Living & Recreation
Your backyard is an extension of your home – it should reflect your style, favourite things, and match the theme of your home. These days, an outdoor space is more important than ever.
Staying at home prompted homeowners to reexamine their indoor and outdoor space – and invest more in design, landscaping and updating their gardens and greenspace. Potential homebuyers are also keenly interested in how a home’s design and landscaping can help them work, play and enjoy their home more often.
What’s great about redesigning your home’s landscaping and hardscaping features is that it allows you to create a private space where you and your family can embrace a more active lifestyle, such as circuit workouts or gardening, grilling or bocce.
It can be intimidating to decide what to do. If you’re a homeowner who wants to make a move but doesn’t know where to start, consider these design and landscaping ideas when planning your outdoor renovation.
If you’re looking to design a backyard that both kids and parents will enjoy while being safe and attractive, a multi-use yard is a great option for you.
You can opt to stretch your living area to enjoy a woodland setting right at your back door.
If you live in a mid-century home, you can renovate your outdoor spaces with a modern look that offers usable living spaces outdoors. This design style boasts unique colours, textures, and bold forms. Incorporating a garden will give the outdoor space a contemporary feeling while softening the angular architecture. This smart design is low profile, with nothing obstructing your fabulous view.
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