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Give your backyard some love with a she shed refresh!
Build this hexagon planter box for an attractive and unique way to grow flowering plants or herbs on your deck or in your backyard.
Add a little extra light and curb appeal to your yard with this easy low voltage lighting tutorial.
This concrete planter has a secret. It's not nearly has heavy as it looks. It's easy to build, too. Just follow our tutorial.
Upgrade your garden with this easy outdoor garden sink DIY!
Learn how to make this terra cotta pot fountain in just a few easy steps.
Who is ready to wine and dine outside on your patio? See how we got this patio warm weather ready with string lights and DIY string light planter box poles, a new paver path and more.
The blue and green stain to this patio is so beautiful. We'll show you how to stain concrete for a similar appeal.
This gorgeous patio starts with a cool two-color stain on the concrete floor, and adds a plants with spray-painted pots, a lovely outdoor dining set, and more.
The oversized poured concrete pavers were a challenge to make, but you can see that the resulting patio is simply beautiful.
This outdoor living room started as a very large and very empty backyard. But the new paver patio and outdoor furniture makes a cozy outdoor space.
This beautiful outdoor entertaining area started with a humble concrete slab patio. Now it has new outdoor seating, string lights, outdoor curtains, and maybe best of all: outdoor flooring to cover the cement!
This gravel patio looks terrific, and it was surprisingly easy to build. Just follow our step-by-step tutorial.
This backyard entertaining space relies on an airy blue color scheme and decorative gravel to create a relaxed and inviting vibe.
Complete your decor this holiday with this cute DIY Entry Sign tutorial and bring Christmas cheer to all who enter your home!
Here's a DIY container herb garden project that will set you up with a fairly low maintenance little garden that should come back each spring, and last for years to come. Plus, it will use less water than other herb gardens, which is great for water conservation.