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sure the ones you use are smooth and somewhat clean as you will be sitting on them. You can choose to screw them together or place them against a fence to support the back. Once you have the pallets, pick up a thick outdoor love seat cushion or two lounge chair cushions at your local home improvement
From last few weeks I am after my garden I have some grass space and space for patio, definitely I am looking forward to have some natural wood design made of pallets. This is brilliant. Just matter from where to get nice clean pallets. Fingers crossed for my project:) my head is full of ideas.
Take it outsidePallets can be used outdoors as well as inside. Take inspiration from this garden, where six pallets have been stacked together to create an innovative outdoor seat. Just throw some large cushions on top and you’ve created a great spot for a tipple in the sun.
“Re-purposed pallets” — rubenmontano
Dean Herald-Rolling Stone Landscapes
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Intimate Hideaway
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Bring interior elements outside to get in touch with the natural world. We've seen the outdoor shower but now the bathtub is making its debut in garden design. Surround your tub with a forest of greenery to create the ultimate luxury.
addition of scattered flower petals, pillar candles and yummy treats for two. Of course, everyday bathing in such an environment would require tall fences, good hedges or privacy screens, and an outdoor heater in winter, but this is a real treat for a romantic, pampering spa-like experience.More: Discover
finish. Other than there being a view of it from the master suite, or maybe a snapshot taken from a drone, this tub offers total privacy in a tropical garden.
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Kelly & Stone Architects
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North Lake tahoe Residence
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extrovert’s garden may not be complete without a fireplace, fire pit, grill or kitchen. Prioritize your needs based on your own style, not what your neighbor or favorite home improvement show says you must have. After all, this is your garden. You should wear it well.More: What Kind of Gardener Are You?
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