My wooden deck is older, and the wood has started to darken and splinter. Outside of replacing the wood, is there anything I can do for a quick and inexpensive fix?
have recently fenced in my city row home year and would like to know how to dress it as it will take a few years for the shrubs to fill in - Hanging plants, pots?
I want to yard bomb some large tree branches in the yard. Can I use regular knitting yarn or do I need something else? This will be open to the elements and I want it... See more
I want to decorate my roof garden with benches and shelves, but don't want to invest in the weight.
We have a fairly big front yard, but no curb appeal. I have a light, lamp post, and a wanttobe flower bed, minus the flowers. We have some brick borders that we picke... See more
We had to take up broken up pavement and we are trying to figure out something simple yet pretty to put in its place. It needs to be something that does not cause any... See more
Good Day: i am totally excited about being in contact with you about this!!! Attached are pictures of the front area of my apartment. I would love to have recommendat... See more
Any ideas for a blank wall at the front of our house? I don’t want a trellis, too hot in the summer. Our style is modern/ contemporary.
I'm trying to redo my swing cushions. The mating is great. My dilemma is the area between both pillows. I was going to glue because I dont sew. Any suggestions on in ... See more
Should I paint over?White on goutBrick red on bricks?Use paint that is for concrete?
I have a large ramp in front of my house it’s made of steel. And I was wondering how I could decorate around it so it would look better?
We had to cut down our huge beautiful tree that blocked out the behind us neighbors windows. Now, I a looking for something for shade on that part of the yard/ fence ... See more
We have a blank concrete slab patio and can’t afford a professional to build a patio cover.
I would love to have a curved, brick path or sidewalk leading to my front steps. I don’t have a lot of money but my front yard is a very tiny city yard. I’m wonde... See more
The cement breaks here and there and I want to cover it with... something that is very easy to maintain. I'll be grateful for any idea / suggestions.
It should be from 6' to 10' in diameter, not to heavy. Will be up year round.
This is my first time here, so I don't have pictures yet. The house and and yard have been neglected, so I am looking to brighten up the outside deck (surrounded by ... See more
We bought a house with a stand- alone single car garage but no garage door. Basically 4 walls and entry door on one end. Floor is concrete and needs to be leveled the... See more
During high winter rain storms the garage can get upto a inch or so water in the garage, what can we do so that we don't get the sheet rock wet and deal with mold?