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Welcome to YardShare! We are a community of DIY homeowners and landscaping experts who share our yards to inspire others. Shared yards include landscaping ideas, garden ideas, and design ideas for many other features such as outdoor kitchens, decks, and fountains.

We hope you enjoy what you find and it inspires your own yard projects. Start by browsing yard photos for ideas and reading our yard ideas blog, then consider sharing your yard to inspire others!

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These are yards with pictures that have been voted on by our members and are featured by YardShare staff. Also check out our most inspirational yards.

Yard Ideas

  • Outdoor Kitchens: Steel Studs or Concrete Blocks?

    Anyone who has ever contemplated constructing their own outdoor kitchen knows there is a long list of ingredients to consider. But while it’s easy to get caught up in the fun decisions like grill size, bun warmers, and beer taps, there’s a fundamental issue that has to be dealt with first: How will you build the darn thing??? Read More
  • The Art (or Science?) of Good Soil

    To have a sturdy building, you’ve got to have a good foundation. The same could be said of plants – having good soil can make or break your garden. Before you can improve the quality of your soil, you first need to know what good soil is. Read More
  • A Room with a View - Gaze at your Garden from Your GAZEbo

    The word “gazebo” probably originated from the words “gaze” and “about.” Anyway, that’s what historians say. Whatever the source, to gardeners “gazebo” means a beautiful structure in which to sit and “gaze about” while relaxing and enjoying their garden. Read More

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Recent Comments

  • Mike, we just purchased our 1st home with a pool, and want to build a similar type of grill area using steel studs as it will sit on our concrete apron. was working with metal studs difficult? I'm fairly handy with tools and have significant past experience with wood framing but have never worked with metal studs. Appreciate any feedback. Did you use any reference for your framing design? //R// Mark, Prescott AZ
  • Gorgeous
  • Enjoyed viewing your gardens- I'm working on a fairy garden. Southeast Georgia will definitely need some different plantings.
  • Sandy, your yard and pool are amazing! Would you consider consulting me on a DIY conversion of my mother's backyard pond? She is no longer able to maintain the fish, and a pool would help attract visitors. Please contact me if you are willing to discuss.