We've been talking a lot recently about landscaping due to the full onslaught of spring currently happening in the Northeast.
Besides the plant side of things, there is also outdoor furniture and structures to consider. Now is the time to think about patios, walkways, sheds and playgrounds.
Inhabitat points us to a remarkable use of old shipping pallets with b sq. Design Studio's "Pallet Garden." Created for the Canada Blooms Garden Festival, the structure features planters, a tower and even a water fountain. It's a green way to create an outdoor space that is beautiful and unique.
The good news is that pallets are plentiful across the country from Alabama to San Diego. This project is fairly straightforward too, so there should be no need to call a Birmingham carpenter or San Diego remodeler. View original post