Install an Old Wooden Door that You Don’t Use AnymoreMaybe you have a really vintage looking wooden door that is just too old to use inside the house. If the paint has come off in certain places, that is even better. It will give your garden an even more antique vibe. If this is not the case, you can always achieve that look by rubbing the surface of the door with some emery paper. If the door has a window, we suggest you take it out, it will go much better in the garden like this. You can it place inside a wooden arch and brighten up your garden.
Put up a Folding Screen and Decorate ItDo you know those old folding screens? Whether you have one at home or you buy one from a flea market or online, you can always use it to create a nice vintage garden gate. It can cover a large amount of space, and it is easy to open and close. We suggest you install it a few inches over the ground, stuck to a wooden pole. Otherwise, it will get stuck in the soil whenever you want to open it. You can leave the screen like it is or hang dried-up flower bouquets or old mirrors to complete the vintage look.
Can Working in the Garden Help with Fitness and Exercise?
Can working in the garden help with fitness and exercise? Yes! Gardening as exercise facts show that tending to plants and doing various gardening tasks can provide a full-body workout. Digging, lifting pots, and bending to plant or weed engage muscles, improving strength and flexibility. It also burns calories and boosts cardiovascular health.