29 pull out waste bin Outdoor Design Photos

Archadeck of Charlotte
5 Reviews
Outdoor living retreat in Charlotte NC
what is the compartment below the sink, waste bin?
It is in fact a storage compartment that can be used for waste disposal, sponge and cleanser, etc...
The lay out...In out of the sun
“Outdoor kitchen” — aburnett17
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
Door left of firewood bin hides air conditioner unit!!
AWESOME CHAIRS - CHECK OUT COMMENTS when you click on photo. Too funny. Flying chair? Ha ha ha
DetailsEvery square foot of outdoor space is accounted for. Cunningham avoided wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather than a traditional swinging
swinging door. Seamless, built-in cabinets keep AC units, trash and recycling out of view — eliminating visual clutter.He embraced the firewood storage as a
Fire out word stack and privacy wall
“Wood storage” — silverqueenbnb
Amelia B. Lima & Associates
14 Reviews
Green Wall
important so you can recirculate the same water several times a day without wasting water. You will also need to create a strong structure, independent of
troughs alone can not. In addition, they’re a good way to elevate plants out of reach of small children and pets.
the garden as areas of little potential, and are relegated to storing trash bins, compost heaps and other eyesores. Side yards in the shade can look even
bulbs can be left in the ground or dug up in fall, depending on your climate. Out of the way to the side of the house, the tropical bulbs won't draw attention
troughs alone can not. In addition, they’re a good way to elevate plants out of reach of small children and pets.
“Walll Greenry” — lindarosa55
Wagner Hodgson
5 Reviews
Wagner Residence
My busniess partner Keith is an artist and makes those out of scrap steel. You can see more of them at ...
two buildings might have been a place to park the car or stash waste and recycling bins. But now, in the hands of a gifted designer, this opening contains
“Trees Planted in Gravel Surface” — jhiginbotham
Christopher Yates Landscape Architecture
4 Reviews
Foster Rd
(Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’, zones 4 to 8) and structural conifers round out the garden.
the soil. Compost tea, manure tea or broken-down compost from your yard waste bin will work magic on your plants. Other ways to help create a healthy soil
“Grass” — luccombe
Ana Williamson Architect
7 Reviews
Ana Williamson Architect
I would like a hanging shop light with pull string but not the long fluorescent tubes. Ex: oval, aluminum shade w/bulb
I am finishing-out a basement and am looking for ideas.
Yes, that is correct. The seat is made out of Ipe (South American hardwood) planks.
anyone who comes in again and again without all the necessary information is wasting the board's time and the homeowner's money.
The out door ground level seating
“outdoor seating” — lkhegyi
Steve Masley Consulting and Design
5 Reviews
JD Garden, Hillsborough
the deck, it's boosted up on 2" steel frames. This allows water to drain out of the bottom of the beds and through the deck boards onto the ground below
between waterings. The wood at the bottom of the planters will eventually rot out, but the spacers slow the process.
The drainage in my beds is perfect for vegetables, so they're not rotting out quickly. Even in 10-year-old beds, when I deep-dig and expose the bottom
Line the edges of the yard with tall boxes like this. Easier to weed and pull vegetables and act like a natural fence
on patio or near living area so you can smell herbs as your hanging out... would drugs be an issue?
“Vegetable boxes” — Joy Boonsom
16 Reviews
Howard Roberts
a very expensive and time intensive process, along with a great deal of waste and potential of not breaking the way you want. It is tolerant to freeze
moisture and rusting out. This entire shell was backfilled with 3/4" clean stone, so the pool deck wouldn't settle. The pool was out of grade when built
I like the shape of this pull but negative edge
I love how spaced out the pool is
“Outside ideas” — adriananeiderman
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