Wed. May 18th, 2022

Summer is just around the corner, so you may be wondering when the garden became a forest. Everything is lush or gray. Anyway, what would you like to do outside? Well, never be afraid. Let us help you prepare your garden for summer. Read on for more details.

POWERFULLY CLEAN EVERYTHING

The outside of the house can get pretty dirty in the winter. You have to take care of all the elements, falling leaves, rain, sleet, snow, etc and it won’t be too shiny later on.

A professional power washer can be useful in this case. If you look at the plaza where the car is normally, look at the drive, and remember that the drive was the same color, you can wash away the dirt. If you’ve ever looked at a white wall before and wondered why it’s gray now, its power can be washed away. If you are thinking of cleaning your gutters, click here to find a professional. Experts ensure that no negative effects occur in half-baked attempts.

And there are decks to think about. Moss and weeds can grow all over the sludge-colored deck you could swear the realtor was birch, and your guests would have to eat there. Power wash is also available. Besides, there’s something very satisfying about seeing all the dust blown away.

add bar

The recent garden craze is undoubtedly the bar craze. We were all tired of drinking indoors and came home from the garden away from home. Bottles were kept in coolers, games played on the ceiling, and the sound of cocktail shakers spinning through the neighborhood.

And the best part is that you can make it as big or small as you want. If you can use your woodworking skills to build a waterproof, electrically insulated barn with a counter, give it a try. Or, if you want to sit in your backyard with a bar trolley full of bottles, enjoy tenor at a local B&M.

The fun part is decorating it. You can set the theme and go wild. Umbrella in a grass skirt, serve cocktails in coconut cups, or hang a soccer flag on the wall and play a game with a cask under the bar.

consider a fire pit

Bonfires have something in common that is rarely replicated. Something about that licking flame opens us all to reveal our darkest secrets. Or just a place to read comfortably.

That’s why you have to save the furnace yourself. They can be a work of art in their own right, show off in your garden, and are practical. They will gather everyone around the warmth on summer evenings where you can chat all night long. Add a few comfy chairs, a few blankets, a book, and hot chocolate, and you’ve got a fun summer recipe.

charlotte giver

Charlotte is the founder and editor of Your Coffee Break magazine. With her PR practice in Los Angeles and Barcelona, ​​Charlotte has been running Your Coffee Break at YCB HQ in Covent Garden, London for the past 8 years. She is a mom, avid reader and runner, and spends way too much time on her morning brew.

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