Trine Pedersen

Trine Pedersen

Trine Pedersen
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Gallery of recommended rabbit housing | Rabbit hutch photos | Pictures of alternative living areas for bunnies

Neat Idea but I've heard rabbits can get bad diseases and Parasites from being kept on the ground. Rabbits can be the King of their bunny kingdom with this easy to make rabbit tower, they can shelter underneath too.

Fold a box from newspaper

Origami Garbage Bin Tutorial on folding a plant container-box from newspaper. Once your seeds are sprouted, you can plant the whole thing in the ground and it will biodegrade.

From the February 2016 issue of Inside Out magazine. Project by Outdoor Establishments (outdoorestablishments.com.au). Photography by Natalie Hunfalvay. Available from newsagents, Zinio, http://www.zinio.com, Google Play, https://play.google.com/store/magazines/details/Inside_Out?id=CAowu8qZAQ, Apple’s Newsstand, https://itunes.apple.com/au/app/inside-out/id604734331?mt=8ign-mpt=uo%3D4 and Nook.

DIY playhouse is a simple and inexpensive way to provide your children with a safe environment in which to play outdoor backyard. There are many different styles of playhouse plans.

Developed in response to a brief set by Alain Berteau to rethink the coat rack as an object type, Patrick Seha's 'Piano' for Belgian label Feld turns an everyday object into a sculptural piece that celebrates the pleasure of repetition.  Patrick Seha's 'Piano' wall-mounted coat-hanger panel invites the user to play with it. Indeed, it requires you to open out its battens for it to function

Developed in response to a brief set by Alain Berteau to rethink the coat rack as an object type, Patrick Seha's 'Piano' for Belgian label Feld turns an everyday object into a sculptural piece that celebrates the pleasure of repetition

Cor-Ten steel forms the garden’s walls and stairs—and alludes to the iron-mining heritage of the surrounding land. Mint, chives, chard, and tomatoes fill discreet stepped beds.

Less grass to mow and usable, edible plants? Cor-Ten steel forms the garden’s walls and stairs—and alludes to the iron-mining heritage of the surrounding land. Mint, chives, chard, and tomatoes fill discreet stepped beds.