Some items that look worn and broken can be used to beautify your garden. The first idea might be the simplest way to decorate your garden. Cut out some pattern you’re convenient with, and then spray glow in the dark spray to the stones. Next look at the used goods in the warehouse, is there any that can be reused? And look at some of the inspirational images below made from used materials:
The best way would be to install solar light at the surroundings of your house because that light is perfect for creating an astonishing effect. They are not to bright and the best part is that they are very easy to install because they don’t ask for wiring or complicated installments. The beauty of it won’t appear during the day, but sure it will stand out when it gets dark while the other components in the garden get obscured.
This one idea is super easy, too. Find some thrift store picture frames in various size, paint them, and you can also hang them with the planters to add color to your outdoor space. You can create this effect by installing spotlights in to your garden or on the wall of your home exterior. It is important that the spotlights are not too bright because than it will not work. The disadvantage is the fact that the initial costs are quite high if you compare it to conservative lighting methods like wired bulbs.