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homespun living: the trellis clothesline, I would not use the clothesline but I like the idea of the trellis!

homespun living: the trellis clothesline, I like the idea of the trellis to hide my clothesline

Fence Love - Just because you have a small yard or a plain wooden fence doesn’t mean it has to be boring.  I love the way this reader spruced up her backyard with custom homemade signs and shadowbox frames filled with plants.

Fence Love - Just because you have a small yard or a plain wooden fence doesnt mean it has to be boring. I love the way this reader spruced up her backyard with custom homemade signs and shadowbox frames filled with plants.

dog run ~ good place to keep pet when guests visit  when owners aren't home; synthetic turf can be hosed down for easy clean up

dog run ~ good place to keep pet when guests visit & when owners aren't home; synthetic turf can be hosed down for easy clean up - I wonder if we could do a dog run for Liesl on the side of the house! Separate from the yard-yard

dog run along side fence.... maybe small patch of fake grass in the run?

dog run along side fence fence for dogs I like the idea of some pavers to shovel easily and also to wick away some of the mud/water before coming inside

fence, cool gravel dog run area with the rock. easy to pick up poo. and big enough bushes/trees that the dogs couldn't eat them, but also to give shade. we could put up some awnings as well.

Bamboo is often the tree of choice in a Zen garden. It is simple yet elegant; exotic yet attainable. Complemented by gray gravel and rocks, this garden — made by Ververka Architects — shows how a modern home can benefit from a centuries-old concept.

dog yard

Okay, the dog run is cool (love the cattle wire idea!), but a lattice pathway? Building a Dog Run