DIY Simple Garden Furniture

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It used to be that you could always find some bargains when it came to garden furniture, but these are hard to come by now. Probably because there has been a frenzy about extending the indoor living space to outdoors. So this mean the old standard type garden furniture just doesn’t cut it anymore. Now what you see designed for the outdoors could easily be used indoors and make quite an impression.

So we thought that maybe to keep your costs down you might want to adventure into some diy simple garden furniture.

pallet furnitureimage source:pinterest

Now there is a ton of talk about what you can do with pallets so we couldn’t leave this one out. of course you can make it from new timber as well. It is clean and simple yet really looks comfy.

Crate furniture:

crate furnitureimage source:diyenthusiasts

Pretty self explanatory, you just need to find plastic crates big enough
Really Unusual:

garden chesterfield
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You can completely change the look of this just by your choice of fabric

Repurposed doors!

Who doesn’t love a garden swing but they can get so expensive that a lot of people do without. Not anymore though if you can get your hands on some used doors

garden swing

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two chairs into something spectacular

garden chairs

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This is a great touch to any garden, and you can use any style depending on the style of chairs you choose. This is the toughest of our five projects, so if it isn’t in your skill range, we have more! This one takes a little cutting of lumber, but still a pretty easy project for anyone willing to get their hands dirty. If you look at the bench, you will see how the basic assembly process goes, but here’s a quick step by step.

Face two wooden chairs next to each other. Using lumber from the home improvement yard, or better yet, recycle wood pallet slats, connect the chairs on both sides along the seat base. Don’t make these side pieces too long as you want the bench to be stable. Now measure the length from the back of one seat, to the back of the other. Cut and attach lumber over the seat to create a new bench seat. Now add lumber pieces for the “back” of the bench. Paint and seal, and enjoy!

Please visit the garden glove for some other impressive garden ideas

 

How about putting those old headboards to good use?

You will be amazed at how you can turn this into a outdoor bench

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