Make this Starburst Trellis - Deuce Cities Henhouse
I’ve got instructions to share today, so that you can recreate a starburst trellis for your garden, garage or side of your house! I had always known that I wanted to run planter boxes along the base of the garage, and after mulling it over it occurred to me that adding a very large trellis might be the exact thing we needed to minimize that eye sore of a garage!
Front yard landscaping - We did it ourselves! - Family Balance Sheet
Beware: Attack of the killer yews… We bought our house from an older couple who decided to downsize into a smaller home. They were the original homeowners of the house that was built in 1969. They took very good care of the house and just a few years before we bought it from them they […]
How to Hide an Air Conditioner with a Beautiful Wooden Screen
Would you like to hide your air conditioner? Those big outdoor AC units don’t exactly look great in your yard or boost your curb appeal. Fortunately, creating an attractive air conditioner cover is an easy DIY project for even a beginner woodworker. Using cedar planks and a handy outdoor-friendly glue, I created a DIY wooden screen to hide that ugly air conditioning unit! Here's how to hide an air conditioner with a quick and easy weekend project. Now, even though the outdoor air…
HOW TO BUILD A TRASH CAN SCREEN OUT OF FENCE BOARDS | Everyday Laura
How to build a trash can screen out of regular fence boards. #DIY #outoor #homedecor ways to hide an ugly trash can, cheap privacy screen, how to hide your trash can, how to hide an eyesore, hide outdoor clutter, outdoor storage, easy DIY projects, thrifty projects.
How to Make a AC Unit Cover - DIY AC Unit Cover - Carefully Clever
This is by far one of the easiest things you can build, so if your not very handy this is a great first project. Our AC unit looked old and was covered in rust, it was an eye sore in the yard. With a little wood, some stain and time you can turn that eye […]
landscaping update: The side yard....
Yesterday, we took a tour of our landscaping in the front yard. Today, we move around the corner to the side yard... THE SIDE Many of the plants from the original front were moved to the side landscaping. The only thing that didn't survive transplant was the big purple bush from the front yard. But we (and by we I mean Ryan and my dad) removed it and planted a Japanese Maple. I love how they took the edging and jutted it out a bit to give the tree more prominence. We live on a corner, so the…