What to Do With Leftover Decking, Cladding, or Fencing?
Published on: Jun 10, 2020
Last updated: Jun 10, 2020
When doing some landscaping, it’s natural that you may have some scrap offcuts. If you want to avoid waste as much as we do, why not use these leftover deck boards and cladding pieces to create something practical and beautiful for your outdoor space like some of the things below.
Spruce Up Your Garden with Planters
Planters are a great way to use scrap wood-plastic decking, cladding, and fencing. Depending on the leftovers you have, you can make planters as big or as small as you want. Not only will you have planters that blend in perfectly with their surroundings, the plants will also liven up your outdoor space and add a pop of colour. Plus, making your own planters, will cut out the costs of having to buy plant pots.
Declutter with DIY Storage Spaces
Whether you need to find a space to stock some firewood or are unsure where to keep your garden furniture cushions, these storage boxes made from cladding and decking boards blend in perfectly with their surroundings and provide the perfect space to store your garden tools.
Comfortably Take in Your Surroundings with Stylish Benches
There’s nothing like sipping your coffee or tea in the fresh morning air or reading a good book on a sunny day. A bench made from decking cladding or fencing is the perfect place to sit down, relax, and take in the beautiful surroundings of your garden, terrace or balcony.
Create Privacy with Secure Gates
Gates are a great way to keep your privacy. If you’re looking for secure access to your property, we’d recommend creating a larger gate. A shorter gate, on the other hand, will create a welcoming entrance to your home. If you’re afraid that you may not have enough leftover boards, why not create a more intricate design like the gate made of Pioneer decking in stone below.
All of the above projects have been created by our customers. We love them so much, we couldn’t help but share these wonderful ideas. Please keep them coming and share them with us on social media.