garden stool, but mine came from Big Lots for only $20!
We have 2 Adirondack chairs and a fire pit and some leftover flagstone from the front walk. And that is it! One of the chairs is stained the other is painted so those will have to have some work.
We are wanting lots of hydrangeas, some perennials but also something that will keep its leaves all winter because nothing is more depressing that a winter yard. But I'm not in charge of plants so I will just sit back and watch.
Eric tilled up and graded the yard so now the next step is to stain or seal our fence. Our backyard is fenced in and we added this little section when we moved in to give us a little more room and some privacy. We still have the old fence gates so we can keep Claire out of the side yard if needed. Hopefully we can improve the gates, the past owners gimped them up.
I promise he leveled off the yard, I need to use my tripod next picture
I think this picture is from Young House Love
Maybe more along these lines....
I have read that it needs to be at least a year old before you stain/seal and it has been a year.
Have any of you stained a fence before? Does it fade and require upkeep?