Before & After: A Cozy Renewal for a Southern Backyard

Posted by erin lang
September 27, 2014 | Before and After

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Hello everyone! Are you guys getting ready for fall cleanup? The leaves are at about 50% peak in Southern Wisconsin- I think the change in weather going to sneak up on us really fast this year! Anyway, onto the real reason I’m here- I want to share a makeover out of Austin, Texas with you guys. It’s from a blog called The Grackle, and I think the transformation is pretty remarkable….

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Tada! This one really hit it out of the park, didn’t it? There’s so much going on with the new space that I didn’t even recognize it as being the updated version of the first photo in this post. I think this is one of the coziest makeovers I’ve seen yet…I can only imagine how nice it must be when the leaves start to turn. Those cherry red adirondacks are so perfect on the crushed gravel and the terra cotta pots looks right at home. If you want to see more of the yard, you can head over to The Grackle to check it out. There are a ton of landscape photos, I really think you’d enjoy it! –erin

If you have any landscape projects that you’d like to share with the Studio ‘g’ readers, send us and email and tell us about it! And if you don’t have one, you can use it as your motivation to start on something! 😉

Images from: The Grackle

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