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  • Katie Leggett

    Seating from Concrete blocks. What a cool idea! Bet it's cold in the winter though, so you can buy one of those all weather cushions for it.

  • Aleviviluis De La Torre Diaz

    Cinder block bench. Add a cushion or two and you have some great outdoor seating.

  • Doug Harrington

    Cinder block garden bench

  • Stephanie Hudspeth

    cinderblock garden bench/planter... just add cushion I AM DOING THIS...WHAT A CHEAP AND INEXPENSIVE WAY TO MAKE OUTDOOR SEATING!!!

  • Caprica's Sparetimegames

    Rethinking Concrete – 5 Cinder Block DIY Projects You can take on this weekend!(via BHG)......NO LINK, but cool idea

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