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Backyard Deck

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Ipe Deck

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83 Small Backyard Deck Design Ideas #SmallBackyardDeckIdeas ##SmallBackyardDeck #SmallBackyard

FRUGAL LIVING – Many people see their backyards for locations where they can retreat at the end of a busy day and have fun in a relaxed time with family and friends. If you see that you have a backyard of limited space, obtaining a large swing set may not […]

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10 Incredible Home Front Porch Flower Planter Ideas / FresHOUZ.com

While it might seem little and insignificant, styling your front porch can greatly raise the value of your house. The front porch actually will be helpful for giving the most effective first impression for the house so people want to take into account each and every detail carefully. Some porches require that plants have a … 10 Incredible Home Front Porch Flower Planter Ideas Read More »

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Backyard Makeover: Floating Deck - Phase 1

What's a backyard these days without a floating deck? I am super excited to announce that I am partnering with Home Depot to turn my backyard from drab to fab and the best part is they are providing me with $3,000 to do it! Yes you read that right. You may ask how I swung that; well read on to find out! This post is sponsored by the Home Depot. There are some affiliate links in this post, meaning I get a small commission if you purchase through these links, at no cost to you. Click Here to read my full disclosure. Orange Tank Pitch Session This year, I attended the Haven Conference in Atlanta and one of the coolest things that happened at Haven was being able to participate in the Home Depot Orange Tank Pitch Session. Before Haven, Home Depot created an opportunity for attendees to submit a project for them to sponsor. There were three budget tiers: $1,000, $3,000 and $6,000. I entered my project for a backyard makeover for $3,000. I was presently surprised when I was notified by email that I was chosen as one of the 12 finalist to present at Haven. I was super excited. The pitch session was an awesome experience. We had 2 minutes to pitch our project and 2 minutes to answer questions. Here is the mock up of what I pitched, a floating deck; which is phase 1 of my backyard makeover. Massive deck! a whopping 16.5'x21'! Hoestly, after the pitch session I didn’t think I was going to get picked. There was an attendee who pitched a service project to help an older lady in need and I thought for sure she probably deserved it ha! But to my surprise at the closing ceremony, they called my name as the one chosen for the $3,000 budget tier! I was super excited! I even have a photo that captured my excitement! HA along with my new blog friends! (Lauryn Moon and Cammie Malaga) and now the project is well underway! I am doing my best to document the process so you too can tackle a project like this. I must say it has been A LOT of work! but if one ole gal can make it happen I'm sure you can too. Let's check out the space! This looks so sad and boring; I know! I can't wait to get this deck complete. This is the space where the floating deck will go and I also plan on re-doing my covered patio space. I haven't quite got it all planned out because I'm waiting to see how the deck will turn out. But that part will be Phase 2 of my project. Goodbye Pallet Sectional! Your time has come Now let's get to it! First I would like to say, I am by no means a deck expert but I did my best to follow decking guidelines. Step 1: Check Local Codes and Permits This step is super important and its a step that I'm sure most people don't think of. Before I started my project I called the City of Norman to make sure I didn't need any required permits. Luckily, I didn't need any. The only thing they suggested was to watch out for water drainage lines, which is another thing I hadn't thought of. Every city is different, so make sure you check before building. Step 2 : Purchase Materials This is the step I didn't do all at once, I bought materials as I went a long and this was THE worst mistake!! I would need something and didn't have it and then would have to stop or wait to get it. Take it from me. Plan out everything you need and purchase it all at once. Materials (Part 1) Paver Base/Stone Dust Deck Blocks 4x4 Pressure Treated Lumber 2x8 Pressure Treated Lumber Joist Hangers Landscape Fabric Lanscape Fabric Staples 3

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Back Patio Makeover - In Honor Of Design

I've mentioned before how one of the main reasons we bought this home was because of the big backyard. There is a two-tiered patio...

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Creative and Easy DIY Outdoor Lighting Ideas

If you're looking for creative and easy DIY outdoor lighting ideas, then we've got you covered with this collection of gorgeous landscape lights.

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