Good use for old tires

repurposed tire planter - I will so do this with the old tire swing under the Live Oak tree - something that loves shade.

Hollowed out log for annual color....

Pretty way to use a dead log in your yard! Pretty way to use a dead log in your yard! Pretty way to use a dead log in your yard!

what a great idea for backyard

we have been trying to come up with an idea around the trees towards the end of our yard. "If you have a leveled yard and trees, try this awesome DIY project. People of all ages will enjoy this mini sun deck.

Gorgeous!

Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter. suttonbend Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter. Blue Lobelia spilling out of the planter.

Dug out fire pit

How to Build a Fire Pit

In-ground fire pit. Dig a deep hole four feet around. Purchase 25 pavers and 12 flagstone pavers. put two bags of river rock in the bottom.

inspiration

A serpentine bluestone path from the driveway and entering the rear yard and garden. Plantings with different heights, textures and colors create a wonderful experience and feel as you enter the property. (I like the straight pavers in a curvy path.

Blue glass fire pit.

Glass fire pit - Fire glass produces more heat than real wood. There is no smoke, it’s odorless and doesn’t produce ash. You are able to stay toasty warm and the specially formulated glass crystals give off no toxic deposit.

Southern inspired front porch. I wouldn't mind looking out this front door every day!

(Light up your front or back porch with a chandelier.) I've always wanted a chandelier! I'm loving the idea of it being on my porch, it's so welcoming :)

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No matter how beautifully flower-ful your front yard is (or isn’t) to begin with, window boxes overflowing with vibrant blooms adds a delightful element to any home’s curb appeal. Celebrate the growing season with some gorgeous window boxes!

Now that's a relaxation spot!

Emily Whaley’s Garden, Charleston, South Carolina. Designed by Loutrel Briggs in 1940 and tended faithfully for almost 50 years by Emily Whaley, the garden is small and secluded in Charleston’s historic district

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garden room on incline.a tiled outdoor space with two large umbrellas over deck chairs and a fireplace

astilbe and begonias with ferns. I like this look for shade.

Must do on north side of house!ferns, astilbe, begonia, wagon wheel and barrel

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