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Junk beautiful; outdoor edition.


Junk beautiful; outdoor edition.

Whitney, Sue. Photography by Douglas E. Smith.

Taunton Press


202 pages




Following her best-selling Junk Beautiful, Whitney teams up with Kimberly Melamed to show how to turn worthless finds at salvage yards and dumpsters into priceless--or at least decorative and sometimes useful--stuff for patios, porches, backyards, and other outdoor spaces. Among their topics are tea for two, porch for three seasons, cooking poolside, suburban modern, family camp, sweet potting shed, and meditation garden. Detailed instructions are provided for some constructed items.

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Date:Aug 1, 2009
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