This DIY end table does double duty on your deck or patio! Keep drinks cool while you relax outside with the built in ice bucket, or switch it to a planter box for sweet-smelling flowers. Get the woodworking plans for this project today, and have a cool outdoor end table in time to host a party this weekend!
Looking to upgrade the way your house looks from the street? They say first impressions are everything, and this holds true when it comes to looking at a home. Whether you are upgrading your home to sell or just want to beautify the front for yourself, curb appeal matters and is not hard to improve. Check out these ideas for house numbers, planters and window boxes, walkway edging, garage door makeovers, shutters and more. All come with step by step tutorials that show you how easy they are…
Does your backyard need a makeover? Are you thinking of turning it into an outdoor living area for relaxation and entertaining? Then this project might be for you. The first thing you need to establish is a hard surface for your outdoor space. Foot traffic wear patterns are the most common backyard problem. And when it rains you can instantly notice the bare patches turn to mud due to past erosion. There are so many ways to create hard surfaces for your outdoor space. A very good example is…
How to Make a Nice Cement Patio: I came across this idea at the home-de-pot when I found in the cement section plastic forms for making walkways. They did not have a form that I liked or one that was big enough so I decided to make my own.
"Custom made wooden patio cooler with built in wine rack and wine ice bucket. Contains a new 52 qt Igloo cooler. Made from cedar wood. Granite chopping block on one side as well as ice bucket for the wine bottles. Wine bottle storage as well as wine glasses."
Coloured pebbles are used to great effect in between large format pavers. Do this to "extend" the tiny patio area into the grassy lawn front and back-less mud and more stable area for container gardening.
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There's so much you may do with concrete in conditions of landscaping, because it's relatively simple to work with. Concrete is a perfect paving material for a freeform patio as it can be laid in any shape that you would like. If you've selected the brick pavers, you would have most likely already chose the pattern you need to have.