If you’re like me, you love your front yard. It’s the first thing people see when they come to visit. It’s a place where you can relax and get some sun, and it’s also essential to host all of your guests in style.
A great way to make your front yard stand out is by adding a hot tub or tanning bed! But if that’s not possible or too expensive for your budget, here are some cheaper alternatives that will still help you get the most from your lawn:
|Always use sunscreen with at least SPF 30 when tanning in your front yard.|
|Start with short periods of sun exposure and gradually increase your time in the sun.|
|Seek shade and wear protective clothing, like a hat and sunglasses, to protect your skin while tanning.|
|If you get sunburned while tanning in your front yard, take immediate action to soothe your skin.|
|Consider alternative methods of tanning, like self-tanner and bronzers, to avoid the risks of sun damage.|
Bring Your Sun Lounger to Your Front Yard
If you really want to tan in your front yard, then you need to make sure that it is absolutely safe for you and your family. You don’t want anyone getting hurt or injured because of carelessness.
Before purchasing a sun lounger or any type of outdoor furniture, make sure that:
- It’s not in the way *of* any traffic (you don’t want cars crashing into it while they’re trying to drive around)
- It’s not in the way *of* children playing (you don’t want kids running into it while they’re running around)
- It’s not in the way *of* any neighbors (you don’t want them tripping over or stepping on anything)
- It isn’t anywhere near your house/garden/yard etc., so that if someone does fall off it, there will be nothing else around them except air!
Knowing how much sun your front yard gets is crucial for a successful tanning experience. As our article on how much sun your front yard gets explains, factors like shading and sun orientation can impact how much sun your front yard receives.
Put a Gazebo in Your Front Yard
If you have a gazebo in your front yard, it is the perfect place to tan. Not only will tanned skin make you look younger and more attractive, it can also help protect against sunburns and skin cancer.
If you don’t have a gazebo yet, now’s the time to start planning for one!
In addition to being great for tanning purposes, having a gazebo in your front yard provides many other benefits as well. For example:
- You can eat lunch under it when the weather gets too hot (and who doesn’t love eating outside?)
- You can read books under it whenever you want (and who doesn’t love reading?)
- You can drink wine under it when invited over by friends or family members that live nearby but don’t know how great your house looks yet
Choose a Sun Lounger With Wheels
If you want to be able to move your sun lounger around, look for one with wheels. It’s better than just having legs that are adjustable, as this gives you more flexibility in where you can place it.
The wheels should be able to lock into position when they’re on hard surfaces like grass or sand, and they should have a brake to stop them from rolling away if there’s no grip on the ground beneath them.
Don’t let pesky mosquitoes ruin your tanning session! Our article on getting rid of mosquitoes in your front yard offers helpful tips for keeping these pests at bay, so you can enjoy your time in the sun.
Stretch Out on a Hammock
Before you start thinking about how to tan in your front yard, it’s important that you get the right size hammock.
It should be long enough that when you lay on it, one end doesn’t drag on the ground while the other end is far above your head.
You also don’t want a hammock that’s too short, since this will make it difficult for you to relax and enjoy yourself with all its benefits.
In terms of installation, there are several different options depending on where and how much space you have available for installing a hammock stand outside your home or apartment community.
If possible, use concrete anchors so as not to damage anything beneath where your stand will be placed; alternatively if there isn’t any landscaping in this area then wooden stakes may suffice as long as they don’t damage anything below them either!
You can even find pre-made stands which come with their own installation instructions printed out directly onto them so there won’t be any guesswork involved here either!
By a Tanning Bed
Sun beds are a great way to get an instant tan, and they’re also really easy to use: just lie down under the lamps for 15-20 minutes.
You’ll want to make sure that you wear sunscreen, though it’s just as important with an artificial source of UV rays as it is when you’re in the sun. (You might even need more sunscreen than usual if your skin is darker.)
To keep yourself safe while tanning outdoors, follow these tips:
Take breaks. Make sure you’re getting plenty of fresh air and water while you’re out there. It’s easy to forget about these things when all your focus is on trying not to look like a lobster, but remember that staying hydrated and cool can help prevent heat stroke!
Use a timer or watch so that you know how long each session lasts—and stick to those limits! This will help prevent overexposure too because when there’s no one else around checking up on us we tend not take care of ourselves as well as we should…
If you’re looking for privacy while tanning in your front yard, consider investing in a fence. Our article on the cost of front yard fencing breaks down the expenses you can expect, so you can make an informed decision.
Go Solar Powered
If you’re going to go solar, why not get the most out of your tanning experience by powering all of your outdoor amenities from a single source? Consider using a solar power system to provide electricity for:
- Tanning beds
- Outdoor kitchens
- Hot tubs and spas
- Swimming pools
Plant Some Trees
Planting trees can also help you tan. If you live in a cold climate, plant deciduous trees that lose their leaves in the winter. The bare branches will allow more light to reach your skin, thus allowing for better tanning.
If you live in a warm climate, plant evergreen trees. Evergreens will block out the sun from reaching your skin so that no matter how much time you spend outside, it’s unlikely that anyone will be able to tell whether or not they have been tanned by the sun!
Designing a beautiful front yard can enhance your tanning experience. Check out our article on designing a landscaping front yard for expert advice on creating an attractive outdoor space.
Convert Your Porch Into a Sunroom
If you’re looking for a place to tan in your front yard, consider converting your porch. Porches are great places to relax and stay cool on breezy summer days, but they also make excellent sunrooms with some simple changes.
You can easily turn your porch into a sunroom by adding large windows and skylights that allow light and air to flow through the space without compromising privacy.
A glass door will also help regulate temperature by letting heat escape at night and keeping cool air from escaping during the day.
If you want to make sure there are no gaps where sunlight can leak through, you can use heavy drapes or shutters when it’s too bright outside or add some insulation if it’s cold out!
You can even design your sunroom so that it doubles as an extra bedroom when needed—keeping all those extra beds out of sight until they’re needed again!
Sunrooms make great additions because they provide additional space without taking away from anything else; instead of losing square footage like in older houses where rooms were converted into baths somehow nobody ever uses anyway
Add an Outdoor Kitchen
You’ve probably had your fill of the indoor kitchen. Maybe you’re tired of spending hours cooking or cleaning up.
Or maybe you just want something new to show off for guests. Whatever the reason, an outdoor kitchen is sure to be a great addition to your home.
Whether it’s used for entertaining, cooking, relaxing or storing food and drinks (or all of the above), an outdoor kitchen can be used by anyone in his or her front yard.
The only thing that matters is that it should fit seamlessly into whatever aesthetic style they have chosen for their home exterior design—and hopefully complement the rest of their landscape architecture as well!
Taking care of your front yard is key for maintaining a beautiful tanning spot. Our article on using coffee grounds as fertilizer for flowers offers a helpful tip for keeping your flowers healthy and vibrant.
Think About Adding a Swimming Pool
Before you buy a pool, make sure you have the money and the time to maintain it. You’ll need to keep it clean and free of debris, since any leaves or debris in your pool will turn brown if they’re left untreated.
Your water needs to be balanced as well if your pH levels are off, then you could stain your tiles or damage the liner.
Swimming pools are also dangerous; if not properly maintained (especially when there are children around), a pool can give anyone who falls into it a serious infection that could put them in the hospital for weeks!
If you decide that having a swimming pool is still something worth pursuing, consider making changes around your home so that it’s more environmentally friendly than just adding another structure onto what’s already there. While solar panels may seem like an obvious solution for powering this new addition…
Install a Hot Tub
Installing a hot tub can be a great way to relax and unwind. If you’re thinking about getting one, here’s what you need to know:
- What are the benefits of having a hot tub?
- How do I install one?
- What are some of the different types of hot tubs available for purchase?
- How much does it cost to install one, and how do I maintain my new hot tub once it’s installed!
There are so many ways to get a tan in your front yard. The most important thing is that you enjoy it.
You don’t have to spend a lot of money on these ideas, and they can be as simple as bringing out your chairs from the garage or putting up some plants around your house.
If you want something more elaborate, like adding a swimming pool or hot tub, then go for it! Just make sure that whatever option(s) work best for you and your family will also fit into your budget.
Here are some additional resources for tanning in your front yard:
How to Tan Faster: This article offers tips on how to achieve a deeper tan, including advice on choosing the right sunscreen and spending time in the sun at the right times.
How to Get a Proper Tan: This WikiHow article provides step-by-step instructions on how to get a proper tan, including advice on sun exposure and skincare.
Home Tan: This WikiHow article offers advice on how to achieve a tan from the comfort of your own home, using products like self-tanner and bronzers.
How long should I tan for in my front yard?
The amount of time you should spend tanning in your front yard depends on a variety of factors, such as your skin type and the intensity of the sun. It’s generally recommended to start with short periods of sun exposure and gradually increase your time in the sun.
What’s the best time of day to tan in my front yard?
The best time of day to tan in your front yard is typically during the hours of 10am to 4pm, when the sun is at its strongest. However, it’s important to always protect your skin with sunscreen and limit your exposure to avoid sunburn.
Should I use tanning oil while tanning in my front yard?
While tanning oil can help you achieve a deeper tan, it can also increase your risk of sunburn and skin damage. It’s important to choose a sunscreen with at least SPF 30 and to reapply it regularly while tanning in your front yard.
How can I protect my skin while tanning in my front yard?
To protect your skin while tanning in your front yard, it’s important to use a sunscreen with at least SPF 30 and to reapply it regularly. You should also wear protective clothing, like a hat and sunglasses, and seek shade when possible.
What should I do if I get sunburned while tanning in my front yard?
If you get sunburned while tanning in your front yard, it’s important to take immediate action to soothe your skin. This can include taking cool baths, applying aloe vera gel, and taking pain medication if needed. You should also avoid further sun exposure until your skin has healed.
I am Hellen James, a landscape architect. For many years I have written about landscaping for various publications; however, recently decided to focus my writing on personal experience as a profession.