If the front or back of your house needs a lift in color or design, consider adding a raised flowerbed.   These can create a modern, chic new look to your yard, deck, or porch.   They can easily make your house stand out while appearing welcoming and bright.

Photography by: Alison Hancock

When built with legs, raised flowerbeds offer a lot of opportunity for versatility.   Not only can they be placed nearly anywhere outside of your house, but they can also be placed inside as a great alternative for traditional indoor or potted plants.   Raised flowerbeds can be placed in your entryway, kitchen, or dining room to give it some extra flare.   The other benefit to adding legs to your raised flowerbed is that they avoid common problems of in-ground flowerbeds, such as bugs and excessive weeds.

Photography by: Alison Hancock

Whether inside or outside, raised flowerbeds put a twist to traditional flower arrangements and add character to your home.   Raised flowerbeds also make it easier to switch up your plants more often.   This way, regardless of season, your garden and home can maintain its style.