This high-backed design hangs securely from sturdy, 5/8-inch-diameter nylon or hemp rope that runs through the swings arms and frame. The average woodworker can build the swing in a weekend for about 150.00.
The unusual pattern for this picnic table is easy to create with a saber saw. We cut each of the boards freehand, then added readymade legs from Ikea.
Designed by horticulturists at the University of California Cooperative Extension, this compost bin is inexpensive, easy to build, and features five stackable sections for simple, efficient composting.
Just add a few chairs, and this 8-foot-square pergola becomes the perfect place to relax and enjoy views of the garden.
This tall, wall-attached trellis panel offers an elegantly simple way to add height and interest to your garden plantings. You may want to build several and space them one panels width apart.
A garden tower with the crisp geometry of an obelisk adds a stunning focal point and a vertical dimension to your garden.
This stylish ranch-style dog house is made from three sheets of plywood and is big enough for a large dog. Redwood lattice battens and a shed roof create the rustic ranch-house look.
This weekend project to build an outdoor shower has three basic parts: two wing walls and a center pole with the plumbing attached. All materials are available at your local hardware store.
Get the upper-hand on clutter by building this ladder shelf. Full plans and a step-by-step guide.
The new picnic table took a weekend to construct, including a trip to a home center to hand-pick the lumber and buy fasteners.