Two weeks ago when we had some pretty weather, Leo and I installed these wooden fence panels in one corner of our garden. We had seen these pre-assembled panels on a recent trip to Lowe’s, and we thought they would fit in this corner that is beside our potting bench and sink in the garden. Sure enough, when we went back home and measured this area, these panels were exactly the size we needed. They are 6 feet high and 8 feet long.
We wanted to install these panels to obscure the lean-to behind our storage building which is where Leo parks our riding lawn mower and we store some of our garden tools. That area gets a little unsightly so we decided to just hide that view. The panels certainly do the trick!
The potting bench has gotten a little messy, too, and is scheduled for some sprucing up this spring. And we plan to move our outdoor teak table and chairs in this corner soon.
So while we have another blast of cold weather, I’ve been dreaming about how I can pretty up this little corner of our garden.
Here’s an idea I’ve pinned on Pinterest. I’ve tried to find the original source of this photo but have been unable to do so. If this is your photo, just let me know so that I can credit it or remove it. I love the idea of painting the letters G-R-O-W on terracotta saucers!
This idea is from Decorate Your Fence. Those panels are beginning to look like a blank canvas to me!
How about this vine draping over the top with old tools hanging on the fence along with those beautiful hydrangeas? This inspiring image was found on Fayette Woman.
And I keep thinking that the wooden panels will serve as a wonderful backdrop for our outdoor table. This woodsy spring table from Celebrations at Home has me dreaming about dinner in the garden!
As soon as the weather warms up, let the decorating begin!