For the Garden
The retyrement plan uses discarded tires and weaves a web of intricate patterns with textile and plastic wrapper waste to make comfy ottomans and pouffes that may be quite heavy. Ropes made from tailoring waste and from plastic wrapper waste are then used for weaving. It can take anything between 2-5 days to weave a single piece. The designs,colors and patterns make each piece unique.
20 Ideas of How To Reuse And Recycle Old Tires
outside ideas / Project 1: Garden Fence Two ways to brighten your fences and keep curious critters at bay. We built this fun and functional fence with everyday supplies from a home center. In just one weekend, we transformed a blah garden plot into a protected patch bursting with veggies and blooms. Here
One idea for dividing a small garden space for children - making it inviting with bright colours encourages them to spend time in their own veggie patch. | The Micro Gardener
A little of everything gave this deck new life. Easy-care perennial plantings around the base of the deck really help to dress it up. Cleaning it and adding a new coat of deck stain helped keep it from feeling dated. Sheets of outdoor-friendly fabric provide cooling shade on hot summer days and add a bit of privacy so your neighbors won't have to know what you're eating for dinner every night.
outdoor space with plush couches and coffee table
brightly colored deck
This deck-turned-veranda owned by design duo Jonathan Adler and Simon Doonan in Shelter Island, New York, is dedicated to lounging and relaxed meals. Rustic bamboo shades along the edges of the veranda roof can be raised and lowered for privacy or for shade. Bold patterns and colors on the built-in bench feel daring and young.
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