there is a crimson king maple in the front and will shade the right side of the house some. the drive that lead into the portaco doesn't have anything to obstruct the morning sun. The front of the house faces east. drive is south so might get some afternoon sun on the right side of the house then. I posted a pic before but this might give everyone a better idea of what I am working with.
Commented 5 days ago
Let us know and show us what you have done to your area. :)
I have a vanity table that was given to me as a wedding gift 15 years ago. It is not really good for anything except being at "catch all" and sits in my entry since the seat broke many years ago. It's really showing its age. Any ideas on how to give it a make over?
Commented on Apr 27, 2013
If you are going to sell it for the value, then don't paint it. If you are going to keep it
and use it for your own home then sand it and re-stain it to a warm color or dark whichever you prefer, then highlight it around the mirror with gold paint. Set some pretty flowers on top of a lovely scarf that doesn't over take the stand. You could also change the hardware to match.
Had this old package sized mailbox so decided to repurpose it into a mini shed out at my vegie garden. Now everything I need is right at my fingertips and everything stays dry and clean! So many people ask me why there is a mailbox out in my garden!
Commented on Apr 24, 2013
I now have a Pink One thanks to my husband and it is mounted on the side of the house with the
flag up. All my garden hand tools are now in one spot and convenient. Who knows maybe someone will drop a note in it!
Want a great conversation piece in your garden that will appeal to male and female alike? Try up cycling an old tire into an unexpected piece of art that is perfect in your back yard
garden retreat. This eco-friendly conversation starter will add colour and charm to any outdoor space!
Commented on Apr 20, 2013
I have used these just recently but not with the table and legs, just painted tires and filled
with garden soil and will plant veggies in them. I would suggest that if you use plywood that you take care because the wood will rot in time. The plastic might be a better idea and still drill holes in it.