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I like to collect baking tins…. Large ones, small ones, round ones, square ones, pastry ones. I like them all and I’ve built up quite the collection this past year.But here’s where it gets super weird. I don’t bake. I can’t bake. So instead I decided to do something else with my collection of baking tins.
I took some old junk and look how awesome a little imagination turned it into a beautiful multipurpose piece.
We were creating a laundry and dressing room combo out of a bedroom. We wanted something a little different and maybe even a bit fun in an industrial sort of way... This post focuses on the window portion of the laundry - dressing room makeover.
This is the perfect dream desk for anyone looking to save space in a stylish fashion. This is a wall mounted with a few built-in items. Starting with the back panel this is mounted to the wall with the French cleat system and wrapped with RF LED strip controlled by a remote. To the left corner, there’s a drink holder. In the middle section of the desk, there is an integrated power outlet with two USB port. To the right of that, there’s a small desk grommet to pass wires through giving the desk a clean look. As a way to stay wire-free, there is a hidden wireless charger. The bottom is removable so if any electronics ever fail you can easily replace it. Last but not least the desk is designed as a two-part system to easily break down and transport.
Hi friends! My name is Mauri and I blog at TheAmericanPatriette.com where I share ideas for all things home to help women bring beauty into their homes and ultimately make them places to gather. I love sharing easy-to-follow, budget-friendly, and beautiful DIY tutorials! Here's an overview of how to very easily and inexpensively give laminate furniture an antique look. I have the full, detailed tutorial on my blog!
The summer heat has taken its toll on the garden, and now that Labor Day is past, it is time to transition the garden to fall. I am transitioning my front bed from mostly annual flowers and veggies, over to more perennials with just a small space for a few tomatoes.
Peppers have become a big part of our garden and our landscape at the farm. Yes, our garden plan still calls for a large planting of the old regulars - like the green and red bell, jalapeno, banana and chili peppers we love to eat, cook and can with. However, as each year passes, we find ourselves using more and more new varieties of pepper plants in our landscape as well - and not just for the great taste - but for some great looking flowerbeds!
Whether it's a mass planting of ornamental Poinsettia peppers at the upper pergola, a few tri-colored mini belles planted among a stand of ornamental grasses, or a hanging planter loaded with poinsettia peppers - it doesn't take long for visitors to the farm to notice the unique plants. That is almost always followed by the question : "What kind of flowers are those?" Most are astonished to find out they are pepper plants - and even more amazed to find out almost all of them are delicious to eat!
Ornamental and specialty peppers really are the ultimate dual-use plant. They provide beautiful color, texture and variety to your flower and landscape beds...and can do the same for your taste buds! Most ornamental and specialty peppers are edible - but some definitely have more taste than others. Some, like the Orange Tequila and Cajun Belle, are great to add color and taste to salads, salsas and soups - and can be used to make some incredible appetizers!...
Hi everyone! Welcome to my garden. I grow vegetables in raised beds since it is more convenient, useful, and attractive. Raised garden beds can be quite expensive, so I want to show you how you can make your own raised garden beds from pallets!You might have heard that pallet wood isn't safe to use for garden beds where you will be planting vegetables. Here is what you should look for. There should be a stamp on the side of the pallet showing how the wood has been treated. The only one you have to be wary of is MB (which stands for methyl bromide), since the chemical in it can leach in to the food.
One of the first thing I like work on for spring is the garden. Basically… I am always working in the garden… for me the best place at home is the garden. Sometimes my brain is telling me: Your wife is afraid of spiders, the garden is full of spiders… so you should stay there! Ah ah ah, oh my! Guess who is getting into an argument tonight...Check out our video for moreAdd Me HereFacebook https://www.facebook.com/MyATCtv/Instagram https://www.instagram.com/myatctv/
Terra cotta pots are a staple of outdoor gardening, but let’s face it, they can be a little dull. While there are many ways you can dress them up, here is a painting technique that creates a marbleized pattern thanks to good ol’ shaving cream.
I've been busy transplanting blackberries and, in the process, building new raised beds that combine a trellis. The following details share how to build this project and details for filling these beds and if you need more info on transplanting, it can be found here.
Sometimes I stroll through the thrift store and pick out items that catch my eye, even if I don't exactly know what I'm going to do with it when I buy it. This copper mold was one of those purchases, but once I put my patio umbrella through it to test if it would fit, I knew exactly what I wanted to do with it!
Do you use herbs in your cooking? This DIY herb garden might be just the thing to add to your summer patio. I love the fragrances and find myself picking a leaf or two, or just rubbing my fingers on some of my lovely herbs when passing by. I like using terra cotta on my patio and chose to build a vertical garden with them for my herbs.
We all need to store pens on the top of our desks and most of the time they’re cluttered in a cup with no real style. That’s totally fine, but when we thought of this idea, we thought it was the perfect solution to help make that cup of disorganized pens actually double as pretty desktop decor. And not just any decor. Succulent decor! Now you can "hide" your desk pens in plain sight with this easy craft. And the best part? This project will take you less than 10 minutes total.