Decorate the paths in the garden

Good morning friends, today I leave you with this beautiful image of a beautiful path decorated with small remains of wood.

These remains can be of large and small branches, which you have trimmed. Saw well, with a suitable thickness to step on it without breaking them.

You can do it of various sizes, in this way you will give dynamism to the whole. If you have a way to decorate in your house, in the garden or in the patio .. I recommend several things.

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<p>You can do it with some stones, with sand, songs and even with wood. These stump remains are ideal for dream roads.</p>
<p>Then in between, you can add different plants .. the path will be marked by these pieces of wood. Ideal to give a certain rustic air to everything.</p>
<p>If you make them yourself, with a saw .. go cutting all more or less with the same thickness. I would sand them very well and finally you can varnish them … in this way, the wood becomes waterproof for some time.</p>
<p>In this way the inclemency of the weather and the footsteps, will endure them for a longer time intact.</p>
<p>You can also buy these forms in places like Leroy Merlin and the like. There are at low cost prices, so it will not be too expensive to decorate a stretch of road.</p>
<p>With a little ingenuity you will achieve really beautiful spaces. A great idea is to paint these woods.</p>
<p>If you don't want them in their original color, you can always paint them. If you want the betas of the wood to be seen, try not to add much paint … with one layer it will be enough … without loading the brush much.</p>
<p>Another idea is, instead of buying wood paint, buy dye … this way it covers less and you will see what is underneath.</p>
<p>Paint one of each color or combine two colors … or just paint them all of the same color!</p>
<p>Photo: <a title=thegardenglove

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