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Flea Market Makeovers for the Outdoors: Projects & Ideas Using Flea Market Finds & Recycled Bargain Buys. With a little creativity, inexpensive castoffs and bargain furniture can be turned into charming and stylish furnishings for your favourite outdoor living spaces.

Statues on columns make a striking focal point at Iford Manor, the home of the late Harold Peto at Bradford-on-Avon, Somerset, BA15 2BA.

What a lovely focal point in your garden, surrounded by roses. It's so nice to go around a corner & see something pretty like this. // actually-i can't afford statuary big enough to actually see so raising it up on a pillar seems like a good idea to me ;-) //

Brick paths and raised beds.

Topiary in Drummond Castle Gardens, Crieff, Scotland. Photo by Ruth Hallam on flickr.

I really really love this gate. I need a front gate. I think I may buy a plain wooden one and paint it. Thenfor added interest I might make a wooden heart just like this one and nail it onto the top.

Pretty purple clematis climbing arbor

Talk about a clever idea: willow switches just stuck in the ground will bend easily (after all we weave baskets from them) and sprout with little encouragement. Just twisting the twigs, holding them together with string or twist ties, until they are growing well, will give a charming, but less formal look. [by sarahgb(theoriginal), via Flickr]

perfect raised beds, granite, pavers, trellis