10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans
For those of us living in tight quarters where homes are right next to each other, a trash bin cover is a great way to hide unsightly cans. Or, perhaps you want your trash cans much closer to your home but don’t want neighbors to see them.
I just love these idea, I have 2 large garbage bins in our garden, and they are quite an eye sore and always seems to get in the way but I never really knew what to do with it.
The Mini Shed Project – Costing just under $30, it doesn’t get much cheaper than this.
The Prototype – This is one of the best looking way to hide your trash
How to Build a Trash Shed – Flip-up lids and bifold doors provide easy access to refuse cans or recycling bins, and everything will be hidden from view and neatly organized.
Wood Tilt Out Trash or Recycling Cabinet – Solid wood tilt out trash cabinet or recycling cabinet. Easy to build, fully framed, open back, fits standard trash cans.
Simple Garbage Can Storage Area – This one is simple, nice enough looking, and does the trick and could be made in a few hours.
Now You See It. Now You Don’t – Check out these ideas on how you can use plants and garden structures to magically make these blemishes disappear
Cedar Screen – This cedar plank screen wall was his Mother’s Day present and it was a lot of fun for the family. It is a nice backdrop for the plants but its primary purpose is to hide the garbage and recycling dumpsters
Solid Wood, Decay Resistant – This isn’t my favorite color of stain, but this way to it’s nice enough that it would look good in any yard. Notice the curved top makes it have a bit more interest than just a flat top.
Garden on top of the trash – some of the detail in Mark Gregory’s gold-medal-winning garden.
Pull Out Trash and Recycling Bin – build a pull out drawer like this and be done with the unsightly-ness once and for all.