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15 Fantastic Ideas For Decorating Your Garden Fence

Your fence doesn't have to stay plain faced. Bring new life to your outdoor living area by sprucing up it's walls with art, plants or mood lighting.

Repurpose old curtain rods into garden decor!

I have so many curtain rods; what a great idea. Prob better to use thicker ones, too. DIY: Garden Hose Guides - spray painted curtain rods, placed at the edge of a flower bed, help to protect your flowers from getting lopped off by the hose.

Fill in between stepping stones

I really love this idea, would like to incorporate in the stone in the basement area instead of mosaic risers - I've re thought this and think may be too overpowering. Thinking tiled risers and small pebble mosaics in floor would be much nicer.

If you want to get nice feel every time and leave a lasting impression on your visitors when visit your garden, then you could consider laying a stepping stone and pathway combo in it. Walkways are an integral part of every garden and they are not only functional parts, they can easily become a decorative [...]

If you want to get nice feel every time and leave a lasting impression on your visitors when visit your garden, then you could consider laying a stepping stone and pathway combo in it. Walkways are an integral part of every garden and they are not only fu

Great Vertical gardening takes crops to new heights

SQUEEZE PLAY: Landscape architect Rita Hodge added tall black bamboo and lower-growing perennials to soften this narrow, vertical entry. Photo: Ralph Smith Photography / handout - My Wonder Garden

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Dave Pederson design: "A narrow side yard can indeed look interesting. This modern home didn't have much room so Dave used Sanseiveria to add interest to the concrete walls of the home and perimeter w (Step House Walkways)