This certainly isn't for everyone, but I love how this cinderblock sofa almost takes on a kid-like quality. It's like it's built out of legos! I'd probably toss a cushion across the bench seat, but I love the plants organically growing out of the back. plant, fire pits, seat, garden benches, garden furniture, patio, cushion, backyard, house numbers
A sofa made of cinderblocks!
I am looking forward to building my own garden this spring. I'll need a raised bed because the soil in my backyard is full of rocks and is too hard. I love the look of these beds, and that they're high enough you're not on your knees all day. garden ideas, raised gardens, raised bed gardens, rais garden, rais bed, planter, backyard, raised garden beds, raised flower beds
Mason Jar Herb Garden (hint - put small stones in bottom to allow the dirt to drain and you can monitor how much water is in there.. also for water use either, a long spout watering can, a spritz bottle or just shove a few ice cubes in there, they will water as they melt... no mess) put in a sunny spot so that herbs will thrive! plant, garden ideas, herb garden, indoor herbs, kitchen herbs, herbs garden, mason jars, jar herb, wall gardens
DIY garden path. Take a multi picture frame to do this. Excellent idea!
Cinder Block Planters are an amazing way to add some functional personality to your home.... any you don't have to worry about them blowing over on a windy day ;o)
One pinner said shedid this but used squares of outdoor green carpet. If you level your ground first then lay plastic down n use concrete squares n then outdoor carpet squares you get this same look. It's not hard to maintain that way. That way you don't have to move patio furniture n now n then put it back. Ours looks just as good as this. landscaping ideas, outdoor living, alice in wonderland, tile, backyard, outdoor fireplaces, outdoor spaces, garden, patio ideas
love the stone/grass pattern