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  • Denise Yates

    Hide Outdoor Structure with Potted Plants < 10 Best Landscaping Ideas - Southern Living Mobile

  • ❤️SUZI❤️

    Budget-Friendly Backyard Landscaping: Planters: A Delightful Cover-up..."The old garage walls weren’t plumb atop the French doors. To disguise this, Jon added brackets to the front and laid a wood plank atop them. They support lightweight fiberglass planters filled with flowers. The look: a lush conservatory. “I wouldn’t have done it if the garage had been straight, but thank God it wasn’t,” Jon says"

  • Cindy Hollett

    10 Tips for a Beautiful Yard | 8. Hide Outdoor Structures | ... Love the windowboxes above the doors

  • Cecilia Haas

    Old garage turned potting shed. Planters above french doors. Wish I had a place for this. Just beautiful.

  • Gilded Mint

    Hide Outdoor Structures with vines and plantings. Great for Garden Shed.

  • Pat Shaw

    Hide outdoor sheds, garages and other structures by making them the backdrop for lovely flowers, bushes and plants.

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Tiny potting shed, just a pic, but it looks like it could be easily made with upcycled doors etc, and this is a cute reference

I put a knocker on my door / In case some one should come / To call. I never intended for that to happen / So when it did, I never answered.

"If I told you what it takes to reach the highest high you'd laugh and say nothing is that simple, but you've been told many times before messiah's point you to the door though no one's got the guts to leave the temple." -Pete Townshend

Pinning this to remind myself to go for the big effect: buy the big pot. Buy several. More impact than piddling money away on small stuff--and way more style.

Playhouse Turned Potting Shed Once a playhouse, this tiny building is living a new life as a garden potting shed.