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DIY Outdoor Sectional

Hello Lovelies! My name is Rachel and my little slice of blog heaven is Thrifty Inspirations! I saw our lovely Desiree was looking for guest bloggers while she is attending the SNAP conference (so jealous) and I just had to offer my help!! Today I want to share with everyone a huge...
  • Jackie Dibert

    DIY Outdoor Sectional {Tutorial} This would be great around a fire pit.

  • Debbie Oberloh

    The 36th AVENUE | DIY Outdoor Sectional, shows how to make 2x4 outdoor furniture

  • Elizabeth Cook

    DIY outdoor furniture I love this idea! It's made out of 2 x 4s. Not only is it way more affordable than buying but it can be sized to fit your space. I saw something similar in the Pottery Barn catalogue for thousands of dollars.

  • Pam Crane

    2x4s, screws, and some outdoor paint! Looks like a pricey pottery barn sectional. Great tutorial for outdoor furniture that cost her in the ballpark of around $300 including the cushions!!! The 36th AVENUE | DIY Outdoor Sectional

  • Cynthia Carstairs

    DIY outdoor sectional - My Dad and I could SO do this! Well, amongst the 3,000 other things I need his help building and installing at my new house

  • Rebecca Campbell

    Beautiful outdoor seating. DIY outdoor sectional

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