Backyard transformation ( DIY Concrete Patio Part 2 )

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In this video, I am finishing up the concrete patio. Transforming the backyard gives it a fresh look.


********** Videos to follow up with (shown in this video) **********

Concrete Paver:

Sofa Video:

Chair video:

Coffee Table video:

Planter Video:

Fire bowl Video:


Tools used: (Affiliate links)

Hand Tamper

6ft Level

Yellow cart used:


Pop-up Canopy

Materials Used (Affiliate links)

2×4 Lumber:

Leveling Sand:

Concrete mix



Landscape edging:

Landscape fabric:

Solar Powered Lights:

Plants used:

(3) Christmas palm

(2) Tasmanica Dianella

(4) Snake plants

(4) African Iris Shrub

(4) liriope

(10) Mondo grass


*******Backyard makeover overview *******


*Each paver is 46in (1168mm) by 46in (1168mm)

* I purchased 45 bags of concrete mix and used 40

Step 1. Find a location and prepare the surface.

Step 2. Build the concrete form from 2×4 lumber.

Step 3. Mix and pour the concrete slab.

Step 4. Plant palm trees and plants.

Step 5. Next, landscape edging, fabric, rocks, and mulch

Step 6. Solar power lighting

Step 7. Decorate with furniture

Step 8. Enjoy


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