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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.

Fast and Frugal Backyard canopy. 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.

Love the table with the bright chairs. Maybe take a cue from Young House Love and distress the wood.

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

Use a Focal Point Pull a little landscape sleight of hand by using a focal point to create a distraction. Any eye-catching object works if it draws more attention than the view you're trying to screen. Here, a small raised water garden captivates garden guests -- and adds a bit of tranquility

Build a Backyard Waterfall and Stream This cascading stream flows into a gravel bed, not a pond, so it stays clean with little maintenance!

Outdoor Space No. 3: Photo credit: Angus Fergusson for Canadian H