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BBQ built in and backyard bar

BBQ Design Ideas, Pictures, Remodel and Decor

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Pinner says . . . Work a bag of dry concrete mix into the soil where stone is to sit, lay stone, water it all in so it sets just like Jello only harder!

Just 3 simple steps: Pour quick-set concrete into the mold on any flat surface. Smooth with a trowel. Wait one minute, lift mold and move on. This mold measures 20 inches x 24 inches x 2 inches, and holds one 60 pound bag of premix concrete. Makes a straight path or patio.

How to build a seat wall and pergola columns.

Homemade fire pit. only $8?!? Sooo doing this!!

I like this design alot, but I think I would use stone instead of brick.

Brick edging for your flower beds. I like the rustic look of this.

Vegetable boxes incorporated into small yard. Note the trellis at the back of each bed. This would be very pretty along the back and provide a place to attach vines and fruit branches.

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I love this look!

DIY 2x4 outdoor sectional for only around $100! Love!

Mosquito repelling "Creeping Thyme" plant. It has citronella oil that makes it smell lemony.

GENIUS…Line a pathway with rocks painted in glow in the dark paint. During the day they “charge” in the sun and in the evening they reflect the stored light. Rust-Oleum Glow in the Dark Brush-on Paint.

bbq island

Side yard landscaping

Bench & raised bed

Gorgeous fire pit and seating.

outdoor kitchen ideas

if only...

nice and simple

Spring has Sprung! ~ An American, A Broad

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Fab outdoor space

Inexpensive path. Apparently if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there.

Yes Please

Tame Your New Plants Here's an attractive way to prevent invasive plants such as dwarf bamboo from overrunning your garden: Plant them in terra-cotta chimney flue tiles. Use a tile with a diameter that is at least 4 inches wider than the plant's root ball. Sink the tile into the soil so that the lip sticks up 1 inch; plant inside the tile.

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