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on’t be hung out to dry when you’re looking for a spot to enjoy your garden – build a bench that wouldn’t look out of place in an art gallery. Built in the shape of a humble clothes peg, it’s made using basic treated pine sleepers. It looks so good that you’ll be torn between taking

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