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    outdoor canopy with 5 gallon buckets, pvc pipe, planters, bamboo poles and outdoor fabric

  • Collette Hemmes Rock

    How to make an outdoor canopy Beautify your backyard with this simple, inexpensive DIY project

  • Genia Marcangeli

    56787645274804074 DIY Simple Backyard Shade Put PVC pipe into a 5 gallon bucket, then pour cement around it. Once dry, put bucket into tall planter, surround bucket w/ gravel, then top w/ soil. (Not covering pipe) Stick bamboo pole into the pipe & hang fabric w/ ties through grommets.

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DIY Simple Backyard Shade - Put PVC pipe into a 5-gallon bucket, then pour cement around it. Once dry, put bucket into tall planter, surround bucket w/ gravel, then top w/ soil. (Not covering pipe) Stick bamboo pole into the pipe & hang fabric w/ ties through grommets.

Davvero una bella idea per il giardino ... Great way to cover up exposed roots and create extra seating in the yard.

DIY Simple Backyard Shade - Put PVC pipe into a 5-gallon bucket, then pour cement around it. Once dry, put bucket into tall planter, surround bucket w/ gravel, then top w/ soil. (Not covering pipe) Stick bamboo pole into the pipe & hang fabric w/ ties through grommets. - My-House-My-Home

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An Outdoor Retreat -**i like this idea. maybe even just tying a rope between 2 trees and hanging sheets over it for a shady spot for the kids to play.

Need to make and do this to our large trees outback for the NEXT pool party. Kids are older now and their friends would love it ;)

Perfect spot to entertain or just enjoy a book and a glass of wine.

My inspiration for creating a garden area in my living room that hugs the big picture window. Perhaps some bamboo fencing on the ceiling with these kinds of overhead lights.

1. Dress Up Your Deck Make your deck a destination by defining different activity zones within the space. Multiple levels carve out spaces for dining and relaxing on this deck. A pergola covered with luxurious vines and an abundance of plants in containers bring the surrounding garden up onto the deck and help blend the structure into the landscape.

A circular stone fire pit is the focal point in this Atlanta backyard. A stone patio surrounds the pit, and plenty of seating ensures that all are welcome. I WANT THIS

An adorable spot for a dinner for two.