If you have a backyard, fish pond is one of the things that consider to add to your backyard. Fish ponds add freshness and aesthetics, and it can be a great DIY project for everyone. There are a lot of fish pond designs that could be built yourself. And most of the time it doesn’t cost much to build one by yourself.
Aside from fish, you can also take care of turtles and water plants in a pond. Decorating the pond is also possible with infinite mixtures of rocks and foliage. Need some inspiration to build your own pond? Read on.
1. Formal raised pond with paving stones looks amazing on a budget
The raised fond is built against a brick wall and blends perfectly with the wall. It is easy to build, too, and likely won’t cost you a lot. All you need is some spare time and extra bricks.
2. Reclaimed wood-framed raised pond is environmentally friendly
If you are environmentally savvy, you will like the idea of a pond that is made from reclaimed wood. Once you figure out the water flow, your new fish pond will look amazing. You will also feel good knowing that you made a pond from environmentally-friendly items.
3. Container pond can be made from old, unused tub
Another option you might want to consider is making a pond out of unused tubs. You might have one in your garage, turn it to a pond. Most likely you will only need some water and foliage. Your container pond will look good and not costing you much.
As with any DIY projects, there are a lot of ideas for fish ponds that you can explore. You can dig from DIY sites and blogs. Good luck!