Super cool reclaimed wood trash can screen! This project is going to have some cool features, stay tuned for more! #reclaimedwood #reclaimed #atx #atxlife #landscapearchitecture #landscapedesign #landscape #reuse #reduce #recycled
What an exciting project! For this project we needed to solve the problematic space for a growing family to merge two areas – one for the adults and one for the kids. In these photos you will see how we seamlessly created one great space for the whole family to enjoy! We used recycled and reclaimed parts for the kids space, and repurposed the existing fire pit to give it new life! The end result was a stunning eclectic mix of garden toys for the kidos, and a relaxing landing around the fire pit for the adults to enjoy! Here we implemented a dry creek bed for interested for the kids, but as a visual barrier to divide the kids space from the rest of the landscape.
Here we use some reclaimed woods, and PVC pipes to create an exciting sand wall! There were also old pieces of wood that we used as fun stepping posts to get from one exciting place to another!
What a Zebra! This Zebra was created with an old tire and PVC. After scrubbing the tire clean to use as the main body, we managed to use one last recycled piece of PCV for the neck and head!
Take one look at Pinterest and you will see… everyone today is obsessed with pallets! Of course, as a landscape company we constantly have more and more pallets building up. So, its always exciting to see them put to good use!
Today was a clean up day for our landscape yard. And one of our install guys, Nick, came up with this awesome way or help keep our tools organized. Simply mount pallets so that the open end is facing up, and place your tools in. This will keep them from sliding around, and you won’t have to worry about them falling off hooks!
These are about to become an awesome reuse of materials to create a kids play Zebra sculpture! More photos to come! #zebra #wastenotwantnot #recycled #reclaimed #atx #nativeedgelandscaperecycles #picstitch