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Julie Ranee Photography
Mark and Elisabeth
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If you have more than a drop of paint left, collect a bunch of cans from the recycling bin and paint them, too.
(suspend it from a tree or fence) or to organize art and craft supplies. If you have more than a drop of paint left, collect a bunch of cans from the recycling bin and paint them, too.
(suspend it from a tree or fence) or to organize art and craft supplies. If you have more than a drop of paint left, collect a bunch of cans from the recycling bin and paint them, too.Tell us: What has been your favorite summer project? Share your thoughts and photos in the Comments!Get more ideas in the Houzz
that were painted over ages ago) lying around. Over time paint can leak through rusting cans, leaving you with a big problem. Check with your local recycling or hazardous waste center about properly disposing your stockpile. Imagine how much more storage you'll have for holiday decorations with all those
“Paint can planter” — Jennifer Lamoureux
Wagner Hodgson
4 Reviews
Wagner Residence
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Use negative spaces wisely. The flat void between these 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 a collection of botanical and man-made elements. Together they create a focal
“Gravel” — micstorr
debora carl landscape design
15 Reviews
debora carl landscape design
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nice way to hide the bins
6. Keep up the appearance of routines. If you will be away for more than a week, see if one of your neighbors can bring your garbage and recycling bins out for you and back in the next day. Also, don't let mail pile up on the porch; have the postal service hold your mail for up to 30 days instead
“No fuzz garbage” — nsandoval1
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Outdoor Lounge
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Trash bins can look like part of the retaining wall
Great use of horizontal slats to create screen for compost or rubbish bins
2. Create a solid screen. It would be easy to tuck recycling bins or a compost pail behind this compact design — which looks like an architectural element of the home. It's not high enough to mask a standard wheeled
“Plants” — milenarl
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
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Alleys It's easy to think of the side alley as just a feature that lets you get from one place to another or as a place to store bikes or the recycling bin. It can be the biggest challenge for anyone wanting to start a garden. The alleyway can be too shady for plants, very dry due to surrounding buildings
Side AlleysIt's easy to think of the side alley as just a feature that lets you get from one place to another or as a place to store bikes or the recycling bin. It can be the biggest challenge for anyone wanting to start a garden.The alleyway can be too shady for plants, very dry due to surrounding buildings
“Walkway to garage” — Christa Anderson
Matthew Cunningham Landscape Design LLC
10 Reviews
South End Courtyard
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Cool. The horizontal fencing elongates a small space. A sliding, barn style gate hides the a/c, the recycle bins, etc.
wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather than a traditional 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 design feature by leaving the stack exposed. A salvaged granite
Space saver - sliding barn-style gate. Seamless, built-in cabinets to keep rubbish and recycling out of view, elimating visual clutter. Salvaged granite pier forms the dining table's pedestal.
Screen for hiding mechanicals, garbage bins
wasted space by selecting a sliding barn-style gate rather than a traditional 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 design feature by leaving the stack exposed. A salvaged granite pier
“like large shutters. use to hide large blank wall” — rosemary1943
Cedarcraft construction LLC
3 Reviews
Recycle bin enclosure
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Recycle bin enclosure with dual sliding gates. Material: Western red cedar.
Recycle bin enclosure
“cool” — marychristian1
Cedarcraft construction LLC
3 Reviews
Recycle bin enclosure
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Recycle bin enclosure with dual sliding gates. Material: Western red cedar.
Recycle bin enclosure
“Storage” — jeajsa
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