These folding chairs and table are reproductions of those used on the worlds great ocean liners.
Kids delight in the details of the play castle including the dungeon tucked under the slide, complete with barred window in the door. Scroll down the page for all the details.
Redwood lattice panels add a breezy charm to this decorative gazebo with a deck that gets you comfortably off the damp lawn.
Decks add an outdoor room to the house and ties together the houses staggered elements and levels out an uneven yard that is unusable.
Take your pick of these three projects, based on whether you want full privacy, a large planting or an impressive entry gate.
We designed this gazebo to provide shade, but also to allow for plenty of air circulation. The key is the louvered roof. This design is adaptable to suit your tastes.
Whether casual or cutthroat, croquet is a game that is fun to play. Turn a set of mallets and balls, and you will be ready to challenge the neighbors this summer.
This table is just the right size for one person to spread out the Sunday paper, or for two people to have lunch. It has three feet instead of four, so it sits firmly on an uneven surface, and it has a turned central column instead of legs.
If you like to dress up your yard or patio with seasonal flowers or small ornamental bushes, planters offer a nice addition to in-ground landscaping.
Spring into your work with this easy to build potter’s bench for your garden or for the friendly green thumb in your neighborhood.