Sculpture in the garden, greencube designs a sculptural ball garden
I'm still out taking photos of all the gardens that have been constructed in the last year and last night I visited our clients in Borough Green, Kent to photograph this garden. We designed the terracing around this very beautiful home and picked up on the existing buff coloured stone detailing that formed the sills and frames around the doors and windows. A complimentary colour of yellow granite was finally chosen (Yellow Granite paving from CED) and a sculptural border of yellow granite…
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Just A Little Something For The Deck That We Threw Together
It's been hot and rainy. We decided to step away from painting and try something a little different. We put this together in less than an hour. We started with 2 fence post, 4 solar outdoor lights, a drill, 8 extra long screws and an 8" long scrap of treated 4" x 4" wood. First we decided on the length we wanted to cut the post. This will vary depending on where you want your lighting to go. We cut 4 varying lengths. After trying a few unsuccessful ways to put it together we found that a 4"…
how we built our vintage door arbor
You know the old saying, "do as I say, not as I do?" Well, that's kind of what this post will be! Today I'm sharing how we built our vintage door arbor. We are fairly novice DIYers, so those of you who are really good at building stuff may find some better shortcuts or ways of putting this together, but this is how we did it. We also realized in our stumble-along method (no plans, just winging it off the Pinterest photo) some better ways we could have constructed this if we were doing it…