April 22, 2021

This Backyard With Swings And Fire Pit is the Perfect Piece for Friends and Family

Many people enjoy spending more time in the yard than inside the house. Spending the evening in the backyard is always a pleasure, but there are things that can make the entire experience much more pleasant.

Today, we have countless ideas for making all the joy out of your home more comfortable for yourself and for all the people you love to spend time with. Even though most people spend time in the yard all year long, most people stay there when the weather is warmer, so important preparations are made in the spring. The more prepared the yard space is, the more it will provide a summer to remember!

Here is a creation of Farm blogger and Instagram blogger Lauren Ashworth that is something you will all want to have as soon as possible. Here you can see how perfectly the magnificent fire pit of swings pergola, which went viral on Facebook and Instagram in a short time, was made and many immediately tried to bring it to life in their backyards. Lauren built it with the help of her husband Brett and decided to share the instructions needed to build the structure to the blog Remodelaholic.

 She explained: “Brett is a career Firefighter and is the overall facilitator and muscle behind all-things-reno at the farm. I work part-time and devote the rest of my time as a SAHM to our precious son, homemaking, and cultivating our farmhouse dreams. We have a passion for restoration and we’re eager to see our property transform. You can join us over on our blog as we embark on the ultimate DIY: Our 100-year-old farmhouse!”

 She added: “It is truly an outdoor oasis and an area we created for the sole purpose of bringing our family and friends together. It’s a conversation piece around our small town and we love making s’mores, star-gazing, and relaxing here at the end of the day.”

The entire thing cost Lauren and Brett around $2300 and they completed it within two weeks. It includes $1300 for materials, at least $600 for the porch swings, $300 or more for 6 Adirondack Chairs, and $75 for outdoor string lights. If you want to cut down the expenses, you can leave out the Adirondack chairs and the string lights.

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Lauren Ashworth

Sources:
Remodelaholic
Lauren Ashworth