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Garden Archway from Family Handyman This classic garden arch has just six parts and can be built in less than a day. Create a gateway, frame a walkway in a hedge, or make it part of a trellis or pergola. From Family Handyman Magazine, full tutorial with diagrams and cut list.

Spring Outdoor Projects | Ana White

Stained Concrete Stepping Stones

Baltz and Sons Concrete - 44

The 2 Minute Gardener: Photo - Landscape Timber Stairs

The 2 Minute Gardener: Photo - Landscape Timber Stairs

use a landscape light fitted down inside a lamp off with lamp shade for easy outdoor light! Brilliant, why didn't I think of this?

Light Up Your Night With an Easy Outdoor Table Lamp

DIY - Old curtain rods into yard art/hose guides

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Build a planter box out of an old pallet.

Built planter box out of an old pallet

Planter's Pad - Build the structure next to your garden for an easy-access -- and shaded -- planting station. Use 2-x-8-foot sheets of corrugated aluminum (purchased from a home center) to create the roof. Designer Jeni Hilpipre-Wright cut the sheets with tin snips and screwed them into the structure. She overlapped the seam at the top and covered it with an aluminum roof cap

Build an Outdoor Room This Weekend

One can easily transform an outdoor space into an exotic retreat starting with a great area rug and layering textures and accessories that reflect a certain far off destination!

Good small space interpretation of a outdoor dining area; a small patio space for family meals

outdoor metal Trellis' | metal trellis

metal trellis | Yard & Garden | Pinterest

Free standing pallet herb garden

I Love That Junk: Free standing pallet herb garden - DIY Showoff

Christmas star from old yardsticks. New yard sticks at Home Depot for $0.59 each! Distress them to look old

my{DIY}habits: Partnering with Hometalk || 17 Cool Reclaimed Fence Projects!

5 Ways to make your front porch more inviting.

5 Ways To Make Your Front Porch More Inviting