Create two sturdy trellises and run your clothesline between them. This can make you take care of your garden plants while you’re drying clothes.
If your outdoor deck has enough height, then you should put that space to work for you – building a clothesline is a good option.
If you’re still looking for ideas to refresh your boring clothesline in backyard, all you need to do is paint your posts in white color and then add decorative corbels to them.
If you only have a small backyard, then this versatile set-up will be your best choice. It allows you enjoy relaxing time on this hammock with a canopy, and also provides a clever way to dry your clothes.
This set up won’t take you much space. With the help of two wooden arms and three pipe supports, you can easily build this clothesline attached to a section of your backyard fence.
This clothesline post has a bench that will be a good spot to sit your basket when hanging clothes.
The pulley clothesline was definitely easy to use because it brought the clothes right to you. And with some simple materials, you can built one by yourself.
Upgrade this very traditional style of clothesline in your yard by adding a pair of hanging flower baskets.
Install and hide a clothesline between two wooden brackets outside of the kitchen window.
Shaped like cactuses, this unique and modern clothesline is both functional and artistic, and will make your home’s outdoor more striking.