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10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans

10 Ways To Hide Your Trash Cans

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.

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

Now You See It. Now You Don’t

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

Cedar Screen

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.

Solid Wood, Decay Resistant

Garden on top of the trash –  some of the detail in Mark Gregory’s gold-medal-winning garden.

Garden on top of the trash

Pull Out Trash and Recycling Bin – build a pull out drawer like this and be done with the unsightly-ness once and for all.

Pull Out Trash and Recycling Bin

2 comments

  1. No. 2 “The planter one” on the list is on Kickstarter atm (Sept 2015) Its called Bin Garden. Check it out. I’m the Inventor Nick Staley. (Thanks for the re-blog!)