Build this wooden screen to hide your garbage cans and increase curb appeal.
This utility shed has uncomplicated, simple lines. The airy workshop has a shelf for garden supplies and bicycle storage. The end section keeps your firewood dry.
This is a cutting diagram only, for the pergola that appears in the Workbench Magazine Issue 308. Project size is 135.5 inches long. There is enough information contained here to accurately build this project.
Step-by step planter plans to make a handsome home for plants, inside and out with new 3D animation and master-level blueprints! By Thomas Klenck, published in the May 2008 issue of Popular Mechanics magazine.
The obvious way to define your yard is to put up a fence. The cool way is to forget the fence and just build a gateway portal from here to there that implies a change of space without presenting a physical barrier.
I used two 2 x 4 x 96 pieces to cut out the framing pieces. I used my table saw since I do not have a miter saw yet, but a miter saw would probably make things a lot easier for this planter.
Create a year-round garden accent with this stylish plant obelisk. Whether supporting vines or left unadorned, it adds a vertical design element to your garden.
Spring is here and it is time to start thinking about flowers. One of the best ways to display flowers is with a nice trellis and we think this one fits the ticket just fine. It is easy to build and looks great!
We asked Paul Ruhlmann, the co-inventor of the Veritas Tenon Cutter, to show and tell us how to make a garden obelisk. His challenging design is a four-sided ladder with sloped rungs and topped with an optional oblong centerpiece.
A pleasing decorative feature that is an asset to any yard, it is also a serious retaining wall that will stop an existing hill from sliding, or provide strong support for new landscaping.