12,451 diy project Landscape Design Photos

Paradise Restored Landscaping & Exterior Design
27 Reviews
Portland Landscaping Outdoor Living
Ideabooks10,086
Questions1
It isn't waist high, but another affordable project I possibly could do.
very easy DIY project for the average homeowner. Small boulders or large cobbles can be used, and they needn't be mortared in place, assuming your wall is fairly low (12 inches or less, still a respectable height for raised beds). The beds can be straight or curved, like the ones shown here, and larger rocks
an easy DIY project for most homeowners. This type of construction requires no special equipment, and the materials are widely available.Cons: Stacked or nestled rocks do not work with every type of landscape style. This type of construction isn't permanent, but that can also be considered an asset if
“Raised beds” — caparker
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
Ideabooks6,850
Questions4
homeowner's DIY project. Disadvantages: It can be difficult to find bender board, especially if you live in a rural area. The long length of the boards also makes them difficult to transport for the average homeowner. This material is twice the cost of black plastic edging but infinitely more durable. Special
homeowner's DIY project. Disadvantages: It can be difficult to find bender board, especially if you live in a rural area. The long length of the boards also makes them difficult to transport for the average homeowner. This material is twice the cost of black plastic edging but infinitely more durable.Special
homeowner's DIY project. Disadvantages: It can be difficult to find bender board, especially if you live in a rural area. The long length of the boards also makes them difficult to transport for the average homeowner. This material is twice the cost of black plastic edging but infinitely more durable. Special
“Walkway” — westcarygroup
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
Play Areas
Ideabooks12,397
Questions7
Cool diy to do for Ava on deck
quick DIY project that children of all ages will love. The bonus is that you can use the chalkboard too. Think easy party banner.
Project: Outdoor chalkboardDifficulty: ModerateEstimated time: 2 daysShades of Green's portfolio on Houzz inspired me to research outdoor chalkboard DIY projects. I discovered
“Fence” — sferg989
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks20,151
Questions2
ideasMore DIY projects
e Pit DIY...Foyer DIY
“firepit2” — mat311
Exteriorscapes llc
2 Reviews
Exteriorscapes
Ideabooks3,618
Questions1
be no DIY project dealing with flagstone, along comes the garden pathway! Many of the same guidelines that are suggested for laying flagstone patios also apply to pathways — namely, if you are using 2-inch-thick large pieces, you can lay them down on the ground without mortar, but thinner pieces will
finishing the project to ensure that the spacing of your stones leads to a natural gait when you walk. If you are laying the stones without concrete or mortar, fill the gaps between them with mulch, pea gravel or plants that can be stepped on, like thyme or sedum.
“Large stones- walkway and creepers growing in between” — heathhamil
Landforms
11 Reviews
Creative Drainage Solutions
Ideabooks449
Questions1
this a DIY project? Absolutely. Many home improvement stores carry a range of rain tanks and, as long as you already have gutters and downspouts installed, adding the attachment is not too difficult. You just need a downspout diverter and a screen or filter to keep out debris. When you purchase the tank
this a DIY project? Absolutely. Many home improvement stores carry a range of rain tanks and, as long as you already have gutters and downspouts installed, adding the attachment is not too difficult. You just need a downspout diverter and a screen or filter to keep out debris. When you purchase the tank
“Water tank” — wintrgarden
Meg Padgett
1 Review
gravelpathway6.jpg
Ideabooks1,309
Questions0
Create a Gravel Path in Your Backyard The scale and scope of many landscaping projects can be daunting to homeowners. But this easy gravel path
Create a Gravel Path in Your Backyard The scale and scope of many landscaping projects can be daunting to homeowners. But this easy gravel path offers a big style punch with minimal effort. DIY Pathway Puts Landscapes on the Right Track
landscaping projects can be daunting to homeowners. But this easy gravel path offers a big style punch with minimal effort. DIY Pathway Puts Landscapes on the Right Track
DIY Pathway Puts Landscapes on the Right Track Create a road more traveled in your backyard, and save your
landscaping projects can be daunting to homeowners. But this easy gravel path offers a big style punch with minimal effort. DIY Pathway Puts Landscapes on the Right TrackYour turn: Share your best DIY project with us! We'd love to see your photo in the Comments.
“Crushed granite” — smackgolf725
Erin Lang Norris
Fire Pit DIY
Ideabooks28,376
Questions5
effective DIY project. Don't be afraid to create your own inviting outdoor spaces!
tackle this project, you are in good hands.
Add Fire Time required: A weekend.Starting budget: I found a 30-inch portable fire pit for $40; the DIY fire pit shown above cost $450 in materials. Whether it's a permanent installation or one of the many portable versions available on the market, a fire pit
completed project rather than a photo of the materials because it's a little more interesting than a bunch of tools and materials laid out would be. I also thought it may be a good idea to give a general idea of what your efforts can produce if you choose to go this route.Materials:Concrete: 4 or 5 bagsMortar:
Project: Backyard fire pitDifficulty: HardEstimated time: Several weekends (and helping hands)If you are ready to bust out the power tools and do some heavy lifting, this stacked stone fire pit could be yours in time to enjoy warm summer nights. Erin Lang Norris did a wonderful job outlining s
“Fireplace” — idodeco
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