In My Backyard
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
I'd love to have this cozy little hideaway in my yard!
Build an Outdoor Room This Weekend
DIY: Simple Succulent Chandelier (outdoor)
Traditionally Modern Designs
Creating a Mud Pie Kitchen - Rhythm of the Home
Got a bouquet of roses you really loved? You can keep on enjoying them, by cutting the stem, inserting them in a potato and planting them!
Exclusive Foods: Growing Rose From Cutting
Old filing cabinet + spray paint = raised planting bed. I might add that packing peanuts make a good filler for the bottom of deep containers, then just put your potting soil on top. Makes for good drainage too.
From Craigslist to Chic Planter for $10
41 Camping Hacks That Are Borderline Genius - BuzzFeed Mobile Ignore #3 it's not true, the rest are pretty great!
Constructed of 2-by-4's and 2-by-6's, the full-size bed, supported by hemp rope and custom brackets, can hold up to 1,000 pounds. Berger, who blogs about the Southern way of life at Sweet Peach says, "I encourage the idea of sleeping porches … to sway and daydream. It's good for the soul."