Like or not, fences help to protect privacy and become part of essential things when you live in house. In most time, they just plain wood bars and do their humble job to protect your somehow. However, they don’t necessary to look that plain and they can definitely be part of your creative extension. Here we have put together this list of fantastic fences to inspire you and hope you can apply some ideas to your garden fence.
For most of us, fairies only exist in our imagination. However, UK based artist Robin Wight manage to bring them into our real life by creating enchanting and dynamic fairy sculptures that seem to dance in or struggle against the wind. If you wonder how Wight actually create those amazing sculptures, you can find great detail about how each piece is built on his website. If you like those fairies and want to have one in your garden, you can contact Wight on his site. And if you want to crest your own fairies, Wight also sells starter kits through his website with instructions.
If you’re one of those people who likes birds or happen to know someone who is, then here is a nice round-up for you – 8 Cool and Modern Bird Feeders. These cool feeder can not only provide enough food for our feather friends, but also give you a chance to watch them at the same time. To meet different requirement, our collection comes with different shape, material and ways of placement. So not matter what you have: a large garden or a small balcony, as long as you want, you can set up a lovely bird feeder and bring birds into your life.
1. Ceramic Tire Swing Bird Feeder [buy here]
Remember the idyllic summer fun of a tire swing hanging from a big oak in the backyard? The cool new SwingTime is a whimsical little bird feeder shaped like an old-fashioned tire swing. It may look like a tiny rubber tire, but this one is realistically crafted from ceramic. Just fill the inner part of the tire with birdseed and watch as your feathered friends stop by to eat and swing around.
This 5.5 inch diameter ceramic tire is supplied complete with a hanging rope.
Toads are good friends to gardeners, eating a remarkable number of slugs and cutworms, mostly at night. While during daytime, toads need a cool moist shelter, that is why taod house is needed. In this post, we rounded up 10 beautiful toad houses, which will not only give your resident toad a new home in your garden, but also servers as a wonderful and welcoming accent for your outdoor space.