The rainy season is upon us. With the inevitable downpours and clouded skies, it is just appropriate for us to let our eyes feast on distinct spaces and designs. We have compiled backyard designs, activities, and ideas where you could draw inspiration from.
Here are 100 backyard design suggestions to enjoy the rainy season:
1. Build a stream in your own backyard.
2. Rain gardens are an environmentally sound solution to stormwater runoff.
3. Stone-raised flower beds make backyards more attractive.
4. Hang your flower beds for a vintage vibe.
5. Conserve water by connecting your flower beds to streams.
6. Display your collection of eye-catching bonsai plants.
7. Take advantage of the rainy season by building an extensive vertical garden.
8. Use old gutters to plant veggies.
9. Vibrant in any weather are hanging gutter flower beds.
10. Turn old gutters into strawberry beds.
11. Display your collection of lovely plants and flowers on every corner of your backyard.
12. Use old canoes as unique adornments for your backyard.
13. Enchanting luminarias are a beautiful addition to your walkways.
14. Use old logs and turn them into dreamy lamps.
15. For a more natural feel, fill your walkways with huge logs.
16. Log fences are sturdy protection against the storm.
17. Aged logs can be used as succulent pots.
18. Huge logs can be turned into amazing outdoor furniture.
19. Stone Water Fountains add personality to your backyard.
20. Koi ponds help you appreciate the beauty of creation.
21. Build a walkway along a Koi pond to enhance its charm.
22. Reflection ponds enhance the elegance in your backyard.
23. Read inside your simple backyard bungalow during the rain.
24. A pallet walkway is an eye candy even during the rain.
25. Provide lamps that complement your concrete walkway.
26. Glow in the dark paint makes a backyard more appealing especially at night.
27. A water wall brings class as it makes use of the rainwater.
28. An outdoor shower makes bathing in the rain more fun.
29. Store rainwater in old barrels.
30. Stone rain chains are a clever and fun alternative for traditional gutters.
31. A vibrant teapot rain chain is adorable.
32. Pine cones rain chain is a fresh alternative for gutters.
33. Rain cloud rain chain also looks awesome.
34. Copper rain chains also serve as stylish embellishments.
35. Grow fruits and vegetables in your own backyard.
36. A hot tub gazebo is thrilling in every way.
37. An outdoor sauna is a fantastic addition to your backyard.
38. Decorate your backyard with vibrant flowers against rustic elements.
39. Beautify your backyard with hanging bottled plants.
40. Turn cinder blocks into exquisite flower beds.
41. Use old wine bottles for your water fountain.
42. Provide warm lighting inside the pots of your refined plants.
43. Build your own unique water fountain with using the things you love.
44. Sprinklers add fun during the rainy days.
45. A Slip and Slide is a fun and exciting outdoor activity during the wet season.
46. Adorn your walkways with beach stones.
47. A combination of grass, stones, and wood for your backyard’s floor is an attention grabber.
48. Steel lawn edging makes your backyard look modern.
49. Irregular-shaped pavers paired with gravel are a cool addition to your backyard.
50. Gabion retaining walls are great for a picture-perfect backyard.
51. Retaining walls with a striking color and pattern create a flow and elicit awe.
52. Retaining walls for flower beds never fail to draw attention.
53. Make use of the rainwater by building your own natural pool.
54. A concrete table water fountain is timeless.
55. A water fountain that doubles as a plant bed is extremely lovely.
56. Watch the rain flow through the braided rill.
57. Waterfall fountains make use of rainwater elegantly.
58. Create an illusion that your backyard is bigger than it is using a huge mirror.
59. Apply decking to your backyard.
60. Turn your backyard into a patio with patterned wood tile.
61. A tree house serves as a sure refuge.
62. If you want to feel like you are out of your own house when working during the rainy days, an outdoor office is useful.
63. Spend time with loved ones and friends in your backyard hangout place.
64. A rustic cottage that is utterly accommodating in any weather.
65. Treat your backyard’s fences with cove lighting.
66. Traditional bamboo fences for safety.
67.Bamboo floorings are naturally attractive.
68. Store rainwater when you build a wishing well.
69. Stone mosaic walkways are absolutely striking.
70. Create your own outdoor aquarium.
71. A fish pond made of wood is interesting.
72. Concrete furniture can withstand heavy downpours.
73. Enjoy the sound of Sukinkutsu chime during the rainy days.
74. Sleep soundly while enjoying the breeze of the cold weather in a small bedroom.
75. A barrel planter for succulents.
76. Boat planters become more attractive during a downpour.
77. Create signs to make your backyard magical.
78. Attract birds by creating feeders and shelters.
79. Create unconventional rain gutters.
80. If you love music, install an old Tuba water fountain.
81. Make use of old musical instruments; turn them into a one grand water fountain.
82. Use rope lights for your walkway.
83. Unlike the bedroom, this one is only used as a sleeping quarter.
84. Hang flower beds on your windows for a heightened dramatic vibe.
85. Add bamboo floating lights in your Koi pond.
86. Build a shelter for your pet best friend.
87. Totally turn your backyard into a vegetable garden.
88. An herb wall looks utterly attractive… and healthy.
89. Scatter succulents in your backyard.
90. Hang succulents using cylinder planters.
91. Hang succulents on the walls like portraits.
92. Aluminum box planters are undeniably classy even during the rainy days.
93. Build your own jungle by filling it with bushes and trees.
94. Patterned pavers never go out of style.
95. You can opt to provide your backyard with traditional brick pavers.
96. A patterned vertical garden is a beauty to behold.
97. Nautical wood posts create a windy setting.
98. Set divisions in your backyard using wood and wire fences.
99. Turn recycled galvanized tubs, pails, and buckets into flower beds.
100. Stamp your concrete floor to make it look like wood.
Do you have other backyard design suggestions for the rainy season?