L-shaped bench. Protect privacy - Pay attention to backgrounds. Mullins put a planter in the backside of the bench and filled it with Pittosporum tenuifolium, both to be a soft shield for anyone who sits there—and to add silver sheen to the space.
This AMAZING backyard space from fellow Sacramentan is pretty much the epitome of outdoor perfection and is SO much of what we hope to create here in backyard. I LOVE the generous seating area, the large paver and gravel
To build the raised herb garden, the pinners husband used pressure treated and He built the frame out of the pressure treated wood. He use corrugated aluminum roofing to side the raised beds. To trim the sides, he used cedar fencing.