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Backyard Bath House
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curtain idea for back of fence
the roof frameSix bags of easy-mix concrete for the postsThree sheets of corrugated metal roofingHardwareBamboo privacy shadeTen 5-foot-long cedar fence boards for the decking20 cubic feet of 1/4-inch-minus gravelDecorative river rockPlumbing — $475 (including hired labor):Hose rated for hot waterFaucet
“YELLOW BATHTUB!” — stephaniecdecker
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Roof Terrace by Frank Holbrook Design
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romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”) Methods for keeping a tent where you want it vary by model and can include stakes with tie-downs, spikes
romantic escape. Tip: For safety’s sake, garden tents need to be well anchored in breezy or windy locations. (It’s so embarrassing to call over the fence, “Hey, mister, can we have our tent back?”) Methods for keeping a tent where you want it vary by model and can include stakes with tie-downs, spikes
“so quaint” — coffeebrandy
Tracery Interiors
Living Room
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If you live on a busy street, privacy is most likely a concern. But if your house is nestled behind hedges, a tall fence or — in this instance — a protective courtyard, you may be completely comfortable with uncovered windows.
If you live on a busy street, privacy is most likely a concern. But if your house is nestled behind hedges, a tall fence or — in this instance — a protective courtyard, you may be completely comfortable with uncovered windows. No matter where you live, your desire for
“Curtains” — Patti Moser
D-CRAIN Design and Construction
Portfolio
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PINK MUHLY grass back yard up against fence
so many native plantings incorporate it into prairies, savannas and coastal dunes. Planted en masse, pink muhly blurs where this garden inside the fence ends and that of the outside begins, bridging maintained and wild landscapes.
“purple grass” — khack
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Grounded - Modern Landscape Architecture
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design. Taking each element individually, there are plain concrete steps (that double as seating), a patch of lawn, a raised eating area and plain fencing; in other words, nothing that might seem distinctive. But the sheer overall volume of the steps, the interesting cutout in the expanse of grass and
“varying steps work as bench-seating” — Ian Wendler
Corynne Pless
My Houzz: Colorful Vintage Finds fill a Chic Modern Farmhouse
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This headboard is part of a cattle fence. It is identical to the one I will have put on my custom reclaimed cypress bed.
utilized on the master bedroom ceiling. Kelley commissioned a friend to create the pendant light, made of fabric from a military tent. A large cattle fence secured to the wall serves as the headboard.Pendant: Debbie Stricklin
“painted walls” — mimisue25
Christina Karras
Crestmoore
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and there was only a plain front door. Karras used her treasure-hunting skills to find some 1920s wrought iron gate doors at a salvage yard. A stucco fence provides a bit of privacy where there was none.
“Wrought iron gate” — elizabethvl
Rob Kyne
The Hampton Garden
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full of great tips about which types of wood best resist rot when used in your outdoor projects. Bookmark it for when you get ready to build that new fence, replace the deck or start a container garden.Full story: 8 Rot-Resistant Woods for Your Outdoor Projects
long front by fence
“Back of shed” — preston0689
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