The fence 1
A fence running in the park of the Monastère des Bénédictines in Saint-Thierry. Have a look at my most interesting pictures: www.flickriver.com/photos/vainsang/popular-interesting/
Lake Michigan Cabin Makeover
A quirky 1930s craftsman-built Indiana cabin becomes an enchanting cottage getaway after a thorough, true-to-its-roots makeover.
East Tennessee Outdoors
theparadigmshifter: I love old barns, and I began to notice a few days ago that our group is overflowing with photos of some fantastic old barns--some abandoned, others dilapidated but still active. So I thought I'd devote a thread to a few of my favorites. Keep shooting those beautiful workhouses of a not-so-long-gone agrarian age!
Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – December Wrap-Up
Despite the many demands of this busy month, we had a great turnout for December’s Design Workshop on the subject of garden fences and walls. From classic white pickets and rustic split rail to stunning sheet metal, we got to see some amazing garden enclosures and pick up some great ideas too. Below is a summary of all the posts relating to this month’s topic, roughly organized by subject. Enjoy! Garden Bloggers’ Design Workshop – Fences and Walls (Nancy Ondra at Gardening Gone Wild)…
Hardscaping 101: Hog Wire Fence - Gardenista
A rancher's mainstay, a hog wire fence is an affordable, low-profile solution with a certain elegance. See our landscape design tips for hogwire: