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Garage shelving idea: the lower shelves glide out so you can step to reach top shelved items. Designed by Danny Kuo.--Love this--another must-have!

I can finally reach the top shelf! Garage shelving idea: the lower shelves glide out so you can step to reach top shelved items. Designed by Danny Kuo.

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Stone Sculpture:Carl Peverall ~ "The Gift" ~ "My technique is simple. Stones are arranged in balance with minimal alteration to a point of resolve, then fixed permanently by invisibly drilling and anchoring with steel.

Stone Sculpture                                                                                                                                                     More

Stone Sculpture:Carl Peverall ~ "The Gift" ~ "My technique is simple. Stones are arranged in balance with minimal alteration to a point of resolve, then fixed permanently by invisibly drilling and anchoring with steel.

Stunning outdoor garden sculptures of Corten steel encasing agave attenuata. Broadcroft Design Creative Metaworks, Queensland, Australia. http://www.broadcroftdesign.com/outdoor-art https://shop.cacti.com/landscape-succulents/agave-attenuata/ #SerraGardens_agave_attenuata

Award winning Sunshine Coast creative metalwork company focusing on innovative and unique designs from planters to commercial landscape spaces.

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PP: OOOHHH! I want to make this too; I'm thinking two inflatable beach balls. Cut the top off of one and fill with concrete mix, then blow the other up inside of that and make sure the concrete sets up ALL around.

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I'm afraid I'm still not fully leaning towards the tiny 😉 concrete leave

Interesting design

if you sprinkle baking soda on the dirt twice a year, nothing will grow there. Sprinkle baking soda twice a year on dirt and nothing with grow there

Would love to do this in back corner for the kids!

As summer days wind down, look forward to enjoying fall days and nights around the fire pit. Brooklyn Limestone has us swooning for this circular fire pit patio.