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Old 22-03-2017, 18:48
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I like that border, where did you buy it?
i bought these from Costco 14.99 for 2 x 1.2 metres approx 4feet each inc pegs

very easy to fit.
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Old 22-03-2017, 19:58
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i bought these from Costco 14.99 for 2 x 1.2 metres approx 4feet each inc pegs

very easy to fit.

Thanks for the reply, looks great
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Managed to do some work at the front of the van to give it a bit of individuality i looked for ages to get some kind of border edging to define the front and found this recycled eco border which bends to any shape simple but effective pegged in place finishes the front off quite nice


Looks great. Well done.
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Old 23-03-2017, 12:06
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A nice tidy job water hog.
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Old 19-04-2017, 18:19
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I opted for a rattan cube set for the van i have lost count of wooden/metal/wicker themed patio sets i have bought and binned over the years we looked at quite a few sets and to be honest couldnt visually tell the difference between a set for 199 and similar for 800 hence went for a cheaper set details below i suppose time will tell if its a good or bad decision
i am using the artificial grass underneath the furniture its working well water is draining away nicely

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Old 03-05-2017, 14:55
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Lovely few days down at the van flowers are opening and i got around to staining the deck and also got a hand rail built for the stairs








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The van looks immaculate. We just need more sunshine for you to enjoy your decking. I wish my husband took pride in ours but he's not interested. I have had to wash all the outside down after the winter and weed round about as well as clean and sort things out inside. I am determined not to sell it though and have gone on my own with the dog the last two times.
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The van looks immaculate. We just need more sunshine for you to enjoy your decking. I wish my husband took pride in ours but he's not interested. I have had to wash all the outside down after the winter and weed round about as well as clean and sort things out inside. I am determined not to sell it though and have gone on my own with the dog the last two times.
That's such a shame Clarissa but well done you for not letting him win. You keep going there if you enjoy it and I'm sure your little dog enjoys being there with you.
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