Build a garden arbor bench - You can add a little romance to your garden with this handsome arbor bench. The freestanding 60-inch-wide, 30-inch-deep, 86-inch-high structure has a number of subtle features that add to its appearance, strength, and comfort. A free, illustrated, step-by-step building guide is offered by Sunset Magazine
This mobile outdoor bar cart is tough enough to withstand sun, rain, and spills of your libation of choice. Two-wheeled construction lets you navigate stone patios or lumpy lawns with ease, and the top tray is removable for serving drinks or munchies. Best of all, the entire thing can be easily taken apart and stored flat—or, better yet, stashed in your trunk for tailgate parties this fall. Get the instructions here. | Photo: David Prince | thisoldhouse.com
Photo: David Prince | thisoldhouse.com | How to Build an Outdoor Bar Cart
Photo: Thomas J. Story | thisoldhouse.com | from 19 Beautiful Backyard Building Projects
Photo: Tim Street-Porter | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Build a Garden Bench
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I must thank Frank Broderick for this post, I think I found my Herb Garden--love it! Home crafted herb garden from Ana White blog. Oh yes Anna strikes again, lots of good stuff on her blog. Now I haven't got a spare wall to do one of these but some nice sturdy posts should do the job nicely enough. You could adjust the height as needed & it would also work in a fairly narrow side yard too ;)
Home crafted herb garden
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