I'm definitely not the first to make these, and after this tutorial, I'm hoping there will be some of you who will also tackle this DIY project. There were a few things I learned along the way, so you can learn from my mistakes!
I was able to bring home 2 of the 4 pieces I found [someone had snatched the table & loveseat by the time I came back] Simple as unscrewing all parts; spraying metal sections with a
rust-preventive paint [ I chose a matt black]; staining the wood slats [I used what was left in our basement from the previous owner]; re-assebling all parts. Total project was under $10 for the cost of spray paint.
This backyard was transformed when we added this 35' pondless waterfall. Th falls begins as a spring welling up from the ground. It winds and falls over boulder and sheet falls
splitting and returning to one stream at the bottom. The falls end at the back patio deck, where homeowners can kick back and enjoy meals and company. From inside the home the kitchen and dining room windows face the stream--a picture in motion.