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Salvage Style for Outdoor Living: Beautify Your Yard and Garden with Rescued and Recycled Materials

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Step-by-step projects transform unwanted materials into stylish garden ornaments and furniture
Hardcover, 143 pages
Published October 20th 2001 by Rodale Books
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Melki
Jun 05, 2018 rated it really liked it
If I were to be turned loose in a salvage yard, you'd hear a lot of OOOing and AAHing as I pranced around between wrought iron thingamajiggies and metal doodads. I would touch some things, fondle others, and generally have a grand old time. And, I would probably leave without buying anything because . . . I'd have no idea what to do with the stuff once I got it home.

Well, this book offers lots of ideas on how to use discarded items to beautify your garden - from railroad tie raised beds to clay
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Sara
Nov 14, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was a really cool book to look into, with a number of decent projects, but really not at all applicable for the west coast of America. Not ten pages in you could tell it was written in Britain, since some of the items they list as normal salvage include: a red telephone booth, a wayside cross, parts of a wooden cheese press, a carved stone feeding trough that required eight strong men to lift it, an original Victorian greenhouse, slate tile, stained-glass windows, clay drainage pipe, cart s ...more
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