Stylish wood sign design with cut out wind sweep pine trees … sign creates a natural forest feel. Wood signs last longer when treated. One must retreat wood signs every 2-4 years to maintain the original design and one’s business image.
Upscale landscape garden with rattan grass fence divider, palm tree and yellow bed flowers in spring – Sydney, AU
Timber frame construction of sign using wooden pegs to hold the joints together.
Poplar wood trim painted white adds an ornamental feature in a century home.
Cedar posts and rails are a popular choice for fences that denote the property line on country estates.
Don’t throw out those old boots just yet! All sorts of containers can be transformed into quirky landscaping ideas. These boots have been planted with a variety of succulent cactus and displayed on a wooden bench.
A peace pole is an international symbol and monument to peace. Cedar is a common choice of wood for peace poles because it resists rot and bugs.
Image of a cut Birch Tree with wood stump covered in Winters snow.
Large wood religious Cross marker set out on a point of Willow Trees.
Wood sign warning of Spring dangers around the Forest Pond.
Fun image of silver spoons photographed on antique 2 inch oak strip flooring.
Snow piled high on a Tree Branch picture.
Pressure treated Wood Trail Post saves one from getting lost
Maple Tree with squirrel or bird nest hole
Winter snow has fallen and this wooden ski rack is waiting for some cross country skiers to arrive.
Established conservations areas will have trail posts marking your walking route as in the photo above.
Some trails are left to the walkers to figure out. If you have ever been lost or without anyone’s help for directions near dark it can unnerving trying to get back to the vehicle .
This state of mind can easy against work again your safety.
When ever there is a walking trail board posted, take one or more photos of the map so you can refer back to the trails.
Driftwood fits perfectly with most garden designs and establishes an inspirational garden setting.
Hang it on the fence, move the piece around different beds, plant flowers and trees around your found driftwood … it is a fast way to decorate your garden.
Finding Driftwood: At the beach is the cheapest way … but at your upscale garden center you may find they sell driftwood, some in cedar which can be rot resistant .. best call around first to your save time!
Wood birdhouse colorfully painted adds a spark of interest in one’s garden design.
This unique bird house is little creative and visually interesting with the use of bright colors and little design funk.
Birdhouse is mounted about 10 feet (3 meters) off the ground on a cedar pole with it’s bark still intact. Behind is pine board and batten building siding with well an established vine climbing the wall.
Wood Bird Houses – follow to see some unique inspiring creative bird house pictures
This garden landscape feature includes a wooden bench incorporated into the trellis and railings of the deck.
A creeping vine helps create a natural setting and provides welcome shade.
A great spot to rest your weary legs on a hot summer day!
Landscaping Idea: Old driftwood can be used as a unique garden accent … especially interesting if is a unique shape … and more so if found for free
Nice part about using old driftwood is that the piece(s) are usually light weight and can be worked in and move around the garden … this allow you to test and find the best creative spot in your garden!
Landscape design idea: Using Cedar tree in combination with Cedar Wood planter on porch – planters will naturally grey unless stained. Best have a plastic liner or drop in tray to maintain cedar boxes.
A pine tree forest forms a backdrop to the wooden fence in the foreground.
Photo of young red maple tree with cedar rail fence.
This example of an Iroquois longhouse can be seen at Crawford Lake, Ontario.