Original DIY Sod Sofas

Countryside is a place that offers you fresh air, calm atmosphere and lot of nature. Here you may try the natural food made of fresh vegetables or other natural and healthy ingredients. It is a place where you can forget about the crowded traffic, the noisy town and the dusty atmosphere. The beautiful landscapes, the fresh air and the peacefulness that dominates the entire surroundings create a real oasis of relaxation and good mood.

Personally, I love the moments when I walk in the garden with my bare feet and feel the coolness and softness of the fresh grass. It relaxes me and makes me feel great.I may feel even greater if I try to create this original DIY Sod Sofa in my garden. It is a sod- upholstered couch that can offer you wonderful and relaxing moments of coolness and comfort.

If you are interested in this type of project all that you need is some grass, soil and plate. These are the main materials that you will need so that you can create your own oasis of relaxation and comfort. The same goal had a grass couch set up in the middle of the desert which was seen in Black Rock City, Nevada by the author of this project.

You can share this entire comfortable place with your family or friends while you enjoy a fine barbeque or picnic.{found on dornob}

Published by in DIY Projects, on July 23rd, 2011


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