building wood outdoor wall

how to build wall light fixtures: diy wood wall sconces

tired of your wall light fixtures and you want to change them? i know how you feel and thats exactly why we decided to diy wood wall sconces . our house was built in 1960s and the light fixtures throughout the house were original to the house when we moved in.

outdoor wall decor

the art of modern polynesian pop culture is the art of modern polynesian pop culture is alive and well in this tiki wall plaque that dishes up true island style. hoaloha meaning friend gives a wide hawaiian smile. our over foot tall hand-painted designer resin plaque adds an instant design toscano-exclusive island retro feel to home garden wall

how to build a simple chevron outdoor privacy wall

enter the chevron privacy wall. this can be adapted whether you have a stone patio surrounded by dirt and grass, a balcony or a free standing deck like we have. the best part is this wall cost us about $150 to build dan is a planner. which is good. he keeps me in check. he is the measure twice guy. thank goodness.

10 diy wall art projects for the outdoors

wooden wall sculpture for the outdoors. while i might not include the misting system if i give the project above a try, the modern structure of the wood got me thinking about other ways to incorporate wood into outdoor art pieces. which brings me to the next selection: a modern wooden art piece

how to build a timber retaining wall this old house

1. 1x3 wood stakes and nylon string, used to establish layout lines for timbers 2. 6x8-inch pressure-treated landscaping timbers, used to build retaining wall 3. wood preservative, to treat cut ends of timbers 4. ¾-inch stone, used as base and drainage material 5. landscaping filter fabric, used to prevent soil from clogging drainpipe6. 4-inch-diameter perforated drainage pipe, for draining

how to build an outdoor privacy wall

make sure the post is inserted all the way into the bracket. do not mount the posts with screws at this point. this will be the bottom of your wall. use a level and these brackets as a guide to set your first 2 x 2 slat. attach it with finishing nails. once the first slat is attached, you can remove the brackets so your wall is lying flat.