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Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting

30 DIY Ideas How To Make Your Backyard Wonderful This Summer

These tiki torch wine bottles look really cool and doable. : DIY Ways To Make Your Backyard Awesome This Summer, Light up some wine bottle tiki torches for a nighttime party"

This fire pit bench will turn your backyard into the perfect neighborhood hangout. Brought to you by Hidden Valley

This fire pit bench will turn your backyard into the perfect neighborhood hangout. Brought to you by Hidden Valley (or a bench around a beautiful live oak!

Deco Jardin

We think everyone needs a beautiful outdoor kitchen in their backyard. Great use of corrugated metal panels

This one is long and narrow but I like the planters ideas, and having the lighting embedded in the decking. Wouldn't use the pebbles, etc. at the end.

Pour les jardinières et la disposition semblable peut s'adapter au patio des BB This one is long and narrow but I like the planters ideas, and having the lighting embedded in the decking. Wouldn't use the pebbles, etc. at the end.

Hermoso

Adorable path and sitting area for a small yard. Although, that Japanese maple is planted way too close to the fence. Better to get a very dwarf variety and grow it in a large pot.