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.
Create a huge, accessible storage platform on the upper walls of your garage without taking up any floor space. With these 2-ft. wide shelves you can make 150 square feet of storage space in a weekend.
Get an early start on your plantings with an Alaskan-style cold frame. This one is built with pressure-treated 2-by-4s and fiberglass sheeting. Pulley-drawn cords make it easier to open for ventilation.
Create more storage space in your garage for tools, garden equipment, toys and everything else, even in the narrow alley between the wall and car door, with this adjustable shelving system.
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.
A garden tower with the crisp geometry of an obelisk adds a stunning focal point and a vertical dimension to your garden.
Here is a simple method for building some inexpensive wood storage shelves — and you can build them without power tools.
This garage wall hanging storage system makes every inch count. You can easily store all kinds of tools, bikes, garden equipment and even add shelves and bins for smaller stuff.
Miter saw stands are an essential, but expensive accessory for carpenters. Instead of buying one, save money and get a more versatile work table by building your own. Use the FamilyHandyman photos and free plan as a guide.