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DIY Cloud Rain Gutter! This is cute. But...too close to the house..and I think I want rain barrels instead.

This is super-cute. I'd rather see it in a less-bright color (plain galvanized or white?) but I love the idea. Could be great with a whiskey-barrel planter under it too.

Rain Gutters to DIY Corner Reading Bookshelves

Grow strawberries in rain gutters! | Photo via Organic Farming Research Foundation. Whoa awesome!

  • Maritza Alvarez, Realtor®

    If you use the gutters for the support and use window planters inside the gutters there should be no problem, the gutters can carry the run off water to the end and you end up with a great, dry shaded area in which to set up a nice bistro set or picnic area. Just saying..

  • Angel Collins

    I did this last summer. I put the gutters on top of my grape arbor. Tons of strawberries! Watered AM and PM when it got hot.

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  • Kathryn Mitcheltree

    This would be great to plant shade loving plants under. I have little shade in my backyard. I could grow raised beds of lettuce

  • Janet Thubuka

    Great idea!

Picnic table with built in ice chest. Eff yeah!

I'm pretty confident that I can make a few of these.

Rain chains are a beautiful and functional alternative to traditional, closed gutter downspouts. Guiding rain water visibly down chains or cups from the roof to the ground, rain chains transform a plain gutter downspout into a pleasing water feature. From the soft tinkling of individual droplets to the soothing rush of white water, they are a treat to listen to.

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That's actually kinda cool as long as it's heated. I would love to just sit and read here.

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