Full of Amenities - Backyard Chicken Coops - Southernliving. Carolyn Llorens, an architect, designed this 8- by 6-foot coop and the 8- by 12-foot run. The coop door is 18 inches off the floor so the chickens don’t all run out when the door opens. An egg door allows easy access to nest boxes. Heating pads keep the girls warm in winter, and hardware cloth sunk into concrete keeps out predators.

Full of Amenities - Backyard Chicken Coops - Southernliving. Carolyn Llorens, an architect, designed this 8- by 6-foot coop and the 8- by 12-foot run. The coop door is 18 inches off the floor so the chickens don’t all run out when the door opens. An egg door allows easy access to nest boxes. Heating pads keep the girls warm in winter, and hardware cloth sunk into concrete keeps out predators.

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Bioverse Permeable Paving System - Limestonehttp://www.marshalls.co.uk/homeowners/view-bioverse-permeable-paving-system

Bioverse Permeable Paving System - Limestonehttp://www.marshalls.co.uk/homeowners/view-bioverse-permeable-paving-system

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Austin Landscape Architect Christy Ten Eyck's home - steel planter, steel frame and decomposed granite steeps, floating concrete pads, limestone..... love it all

Austin Landscape Architect Christy Ten Eyck's home - steel planter, steel frame and decomposed granite steeps, floating concrete pads, limestone..... love it all

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7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects • With Tutorials! Including, from 'family handyman', how to build a concrete walkway.

7 Classic DIY Garden Walkway Projects • With Tutorials! Including, from 'family handyman', how to build a concrete walkway.

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Cool backyard idea: We love how Home Depot customer meatballmaker1 used his Hampton Bay pergola to create a "hot tub garage."  He added a privacy screen made of sun screen purchased at Home Depot. "I folded the six foot wide roll in half and stretched it and stapled it to p/t 1" x 4." he writes. "I also used tapcon screws to secure four concrete pads to add stability."

Cool backyard idea: We love how Home Depot customer meatballmaker1 used his Hampton Bay pergola to create a "hot tub garage." He added a privacy screen made of sun screen purchased at Home Depot. "I folded the six foot wide roll in half and stretched it and stapled it to p/t 1" x 4." he writes. "I also used tapcon screws to secure four concrete pads to add stability."

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