Improving gardens has become popular in recent times after it was the only outside space many had access to during the pandemic.
Sales of sheds, garden furniture and fire pits soared during the last two years as people looked to make the most of the outdoors.
Now, as the cost of living continues to rise, consumers hoping to upgrade their garden may be looking to do so on a budget.
Luckily, there are a number of ways of doing this as i, along with industry experts, reveals.
Decking is often seen as a great way to extend your living space, whilst creating a low-maintenance garden.
Timber is often seen as the go-to material, however it can require regular and often costly upkeep including repairs, cleaning and staining.
For people looking to save time and money, composite decking is often considered the best alternative.
Eco-friendly, with zero maintenance costs and a variety of styles, this can often be cheaper with Ultra Decking offering options from only £4.52 per metre.
Decking is also often recommended as a cheaper alternative to having a patio built.
Decorating your outside space with furnishings is a good way to change the look and feel of the area without spending a fortune, experts say.
Martin Waller, founder of Andrew Martin, said: “As well as bringing much needed comfort to your garden seating, the addition of outdoor cushions allows you to blur the lines between interior and exterior helping to create a space that is often left unused through half the year, feel like a carefully considered living area.”
For those intent on looking to upgrade their gardens, upcycling is a key way to do this without spending a fortune.
People can do this by painting or renovating their existing or second hand garden furniture.
To save on buying brand new garden furniture,…
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