Herb spiral stone small stone full flower bricks medicinal herbs

Depending on where you are in the world, you are probably enjoying the spring and summer-like weather. If you are experiencing this type of weather, you likely have the urge to get outside and do something. One of the things you can do when the weather is nice and warm is giving your landscape a little boost. If you have an interest in bricks and DIY projects, these yard project ideas are just some of the incredible things you can do with bricks.

Even if you do not have plans getting outside until it is actually springtime or summertime, we want to give you some ideas on landscaping and yard projects you may be interested in. We hope you will find some reasons to purchase bricks that you can use to create some incredible DIY brick projects.

Build A Path
01_purington-3Bricks are perfect for creating a walkway or a path that leads directly to your door. If you are planning to start a garden this year, why not use bricks to create a brick walkway? When it comes to walkways or paths, the possibilities will be endless when you use bricks. You may think that you do not have the skills or expertise to build your own pathway, but it is easier than you probably think it is.

Build A Firepit
Enjoy your evenings outside by lounging around a Belgian Fire Ring. An ideal addition to your outdoor setting, this fire pit is easily constructed with Belgian Block and heavy-duty adhesive.Have you always wanted to have your own firepit? You can make this happen when you use bricks. This process will be easier than you think, and it will do wonders for your family’s outdoor experience. Put those reclaimed bricks to good use and create something that you will enjoy. If you love spending time with your family outdoors, why not make the most out of that lovely backyard by building your own fire pit?

Chasing Waterfalls
Stylish backyard border ideas--> https://hg.tv/14cldYou can create your own waterfall using a variety of methods, and using bricks is one of those methods. Can you imagine the appeal and beauty that a brick waterfall can bring to your home? You will love how simple this project can be. You can place your brick waterfall in a variety of places in your yard. If you have a pool or a pond, you can choose to build the brick waterfall near those areas of your home. If you have a porch or a patio, you can choose to build it near that area or on that porch or patio.

Give The Birds A Bath
Leftover bricks? Make a birdbath.
If you enjoy seeing the birds outside your home, why not use bricks to create a birdbath for those beautiful birds? Yes, you can build your own birdbath with bricks. This is definitely one project you may love doing because you will just need to stack the bricks. You can choose how high and how wide you want your birdbath to be. One of the important things you should remember is to glue those bricks together. After you have glued the bricks together, you can place a bowl on top of the bricks and watch the birds flock to the beautiful birdbath in your yard.

Ring Around The Tree
Front yard landscape project - good idea to add some pizzazz around our trees!
Do you have a favorite tree in your yard? If you want to spruce up your yard and that favorite tree, you can stack some bricks around the bottom of your tree for a brick tree ring. There will be some areas between the bricks and the tree that will need to be filled, and you can do something appealing to fill that space. One of the best ways to fill this empty area is to fill the area with soil and add beautiful flowers to create an unbelievable look in your yard.

We hope that these yard project ideas have inspired you to purchase antique or reclaimed bricks and start on an amazing DIY project. If you are interested in purchasing bricks or you would like more advice on these DIY brick projects, please do not hesitate to contact us today.

Subscribe for updates

Sign up with your email address to receive news and updates from Gavin Historical Bricks.

"*" indicates required fields


We don’t email often & we don’t share your information