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  1. In your front yard and backyard, you may strive to create a beautiful space that enhances the style of your home. Both of these spaces can impact your personal enjoyment of the space as well as affect how you use your home for entertaining and more. You understandably want to have a lovely yard, but you also need this space to be as functional as possible. You can improve your space from an aesthetic and functional standpoint alike by turning your attention to these tips. Give Pets a Space of Their Own Your pets may spend a considerable amount of time outdoors. They may love running and playing, but they can also dig holes, leave messes and more. A smart idea is to install a chain link fence from somewhere like Diamond Fence Pty Ltd to create a run for your pets. This will be a dedicated space that they can have complete freedom in, and the rest of your yard will remain pristine and fully functional for entertainment and more. Examine the Flow of Water While pets can interfere with the look and functionality of your yard, water can do the same. When water is not well-controlled on your property, it can create runoff canals and muddy puddles that decrease the look and use of your yard substantially. Some water issues can result in erosion around your home’s foundation. You can examine the flow of water and use features like gutters or a dry creek bed with smooth river stones to better control water on your property. Consider Hardscaping Features Hardscaping features are permanent features that are added to your yard, and they often have functional and aesthetic purposes. For example, a stone border around your flowerbeds keeps the mulch in place while creating a lovely delineation between the beds and your lawn. Patios, paved walkways and more are all examples of hardscaping features that you can consider adding to your yard. Add Landscape Lighting Landscape lighting can serve beneficial purposes during the daytime and nighttime hours. During the day, the fixtures are visible and become an aesthetic feature that adds style to your yard. During the evening, the lighting can enhance safety and usability in the yard. The illumination can also improve the look of your space when the lighting is properly spaced. Spend time analyzing the challenges in your yard as a first step. Then, you can explore each of these ideas in detail to determine how they can help you to resolve your challenges.