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my garden remodel 2 years 7 months ago #49048

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well i figured it was time to start remodeling my side yard. As my S/O keep telling me the patio is starting to look messy i figured i can remodel the side yard and it would be a decent spot for my garden and also free up some space on the patio. I went ahead and build some display stands although my trees are not ready for display :P but for a personal display why not. All wood is weather treated to eliminated warping. project is still not quit complete, stands still need a little more trim detailing and new fence goes up this coming weekend. Also adding a few selves along the house for all my tools and pots.

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my garden remodel 2 years 7 months ago #49049

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my garden remodel 2 years 7 months ago #49054

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Looking good!
Looking great!
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my garden remodel 2 years 6 months ago #49108

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Good job! :)
Nice.
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Come and do the area of my yard that I refer to as 'the mud pit'?

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Come and do the area of my yard that I refer to as 'the mud pit'?


hehehe, everybody has one! :-)

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Come and do the area of my yard that I refer to as 'the mud pit'?


lol, thats what my side yard would turn into anytime theirs rain. now im hoping this actually helps out.

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so got around to finishing the trim on the stands yesterday after work. i have to say my favorite part is my dinner view.



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It IS really great!
Congratulations, I guess it was worth it!
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my garden remodel 2 years 5 months ago #50375

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Hey Crent,

What is the height of those display stands, and how did you decide on that height?

I have been able to find almost nothing on the internet in terms of "distance from floor" guidelines.

The space looks beautiful BTW

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