Add a bit of pizzazz to your homes exterior and brighten your own view from inside the house with this simple, classic window box design.
There are many variations of the classic adirondack chair. This particular version features straightforward construction and common materials.
With a gentle angle on which to rest your feet, you can relax in comfort and satisfaction after building this Adirondack Footstool.
Easy to build, you could make several of these in one weekend for a complete set to complement your outdoor seating. You can also easily adjust the dimensions and fashion a coffee table.
This arbor features a lattice design perfect for climbing flowers. However, you can create your own to either close it in more for added privacy or open it up for a lighter feel.
The bird feeder roof is removable for easy filling and the sub- base, with screen and drainage holes, will keep the seed from soaking up moisture.
This sand box is as rugged and durable as it is simple to build. Use the free plans at the link to build a backyard sandbox.
This plan makes a picnic table that features separate benches for unencumbered leg room and ample seating for six to eight adults.
This simple little Adirondack table is easy and fun to build. With butt joints and waterproof glue, you will spend very little time building this project compared with how long you will be able to enjoy it.
This sturdy garden hose holder is both functional and flexible. You can stow up to 100 feet of hose on the main body, and extra nozzles, sprinkler heads or other accessories on the two handy shelves.