I love this look using old tins for a privacy fence.

Interesting fence- reuse of corrugated steel and old tin ceiling tiles. Tile could replace the tin ceiling tiles.

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot - soak in wood preservative containing copper napthanate.  Place post on top of at least 6 inches  of aggregate. Pour concrete so that it is above soil level.  Trowel top smooth and slope so water runs away from post.  Apply exterior latex caulk around base of post. Use heartwood which is dark & denser & more insect resistant, not sapwood which is lighter.

How to Set Fence Posts That Won't Rot

How to Set Fence Posts That Wont Rot Keep moisture and insects from destroying your cedar fence posts - Garden Tips and Tricks

Originele schutting!

reuse old doors to use as a fence. Love this idea but we would need a ton of doors. Maybe use the doors as a gate?

Corrugated Metal Fence

Corrugated Metal Fence

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what sort of storage shed would work best for your own yard? here's a lot of ideas and projects.

Small Storage Sheds • Ideas & Projects

Super Cute Front Porch Idea! I am in love with this!#Repin By:Pinterest for iPad#

Americana Flag Ladder

Adorned with a tea-stained Americana flag** and accented with a rusty star and raffia bow, this ladder will be a great addition to any Americana home decor or any front porch. This American Flag ladder measures approx.