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Living Large in a Small Yard

grade-level river-rock-over-gravel "pit" ringed with granite boulders and furnished with a firewood grate for logs

build your own fire pit, outdoor living, patio, Build your own stacked stone fire pit with rustic benches and tables made from logs This project was completed over three days and transformed a weedy slate patio into a family gathering place See my blog at

stop your must have handbook for building diy fire pits, Stacked Stone Fire Pit via Our Fairfield Home Garden

Backyard Fun ~ Reclaimed Style.  Tables from used bricks

Backyard Fun ~ Reclaimed Style #2 ~ Fire Pit

(secretly it's for you so you can catch up on that book you've been trying to finish while they're up to their elbows in…

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Beautiful Stone Walkways Ideas Beautifying Your Home Landscape: Artistic Landscapes Pavers Segmental Wall And Natural Stone Masonry

great small space fountain & fire pit

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The James Taylor Porch Fire Pit/Water Fountain - "I've seen Fire and I've seen Rain." Maybe use this fire pit design on gravel patio

Potager with raised beds of vegetables and lavender, bench and thyme path - © GAP Photos

Potager with raised beds of vegetables and lavender, bench and thyme path - © GAP Photos (corner garden beds)

Don't try to maximize space by undersizing steps and walkways; paths should be at least 4 feet across, says Eagleton. Skimpy paved areas look out of scale with your house—even modest homes present a large structure to work against—and they will shrink further once plants grow in around them. Eagleton widened the existing steps and landings in his entry court and replaced the original dark brown concrete with colored, patterned concrete that mimics the flagstone of his retaining wall and t...

8 Lessons on Stretching a Small Yard

Don't try to maximize space by undersizing steps and walkways; paths should be at least 4 feet across, says Eagleton. Skimpy paved areas look out of scale with your house—even modest homes present a large structure to work against—and they will shrink further once plants grow in around them. Eagleton widened the existing steps and landings in his entry court and replaced the original dark brown concrete with colored, patterned concrete that mimics the flagstone of his retaining wall and t...

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Flor Creative Director, Chip DeGrace, Creates a Modern Family Home from an Elmhurst Ranch House - Chicago Home + Garden - Spring 2012 - Chicago