Salvaging my neighbors fence for DIY under deck storage and skirting instead of lattice.
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Upcycle a salvaged fence to make DIY under deck storage. This outdoor project was a great way to add some needed storage and organization to our wood deck. With high lumber prices this was a perfect time to use reclaimed wood and it came together nicely. You just install lattice on a deck, but this modern DIY deck skirting looks way better IMHO.
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