1. Living Privacy Wall
If you've got an outdoor space that needs an update. I've got some ideas for you that won't bust your budget. Here 3 tips for how you can freshen things up and stay under 250 bucks.If you got neighbors that are a bit too close for comfort this clever planter box privacy wall is a smart solution.You can paint the planter boxes to match then hang them stacked one on top of the other to your preferred height add empty water bottles to the Planters then top them with high-quality potting soil. This will keep the boxes from becoming too heavy. Then plant lush ferns or small bushy Evergreens for a look that will last more than a couple of months.
2. Outdoor Curtains
A Solution for the person who wants privacy but only some of the time. Hanging Curtains is a great way to soften your outdoor space it's also very versatile. Leave them open for a casual indoor-outdoor vibe. then when you want total privacy or a buffer from chilly breezes pull them closed for a chic Cabana feel. Bonus if you use an all-weather material they will look better and last longer.
3. Side by Side Rugs
My Third idea is a great way to ground a large space without committing to a budget-busting oversized rug. By budding two affordable 5x7 or 8x10 rugs together you can get the same effect as a pricey oversized outdoor rug. Opt for a colorful pattern which helps make the seam between the two rugs less noticeable. There are endless options available now that are made to stay outside so this is also a long lasting upgrade. So whether you got $50 or 500 you can still make simple changes to your space now that's what I call a Fast Fix.
*courtesy of HGTV