Boosting curb appeal takes only a weekend or two with this great DIY stone edging solution for your landscape border. What’s the purpose of stone edging, or any garden edging? The main purpose of adding edging to your landscape or garden borders is to make it look nice and add some curb appeal. But there are other reasons, too! Here are some other reasons you may consider garden edging: Landscape Edging Materials Well, really this is a personal choice. There are lots of options available for edging… some are conventional, and some are really wild! A couple ideas for your edging include: Not only are there many materials available for edging, but once you decide on your material there are MORE options. Decisions, Decisions! If…
This chalkboard refrigerator tutorial covers all the steps for painting your chalkboard refrigerator. Learn how to paint your fridge with chalkboard paint.
The steps that lead to my basement were once a treacherous problem. Seriously. Good thing hurricane Sandy gave me 2 extra days to focus on making them safer and much more beautiful!
This past weekend I was finishing up my basement stairs project (more on this later). I sanded the stairs and wanted to give them a fresh coat of paint. Instead of going out and buying a new gallon, I decided to use some of my leftover paint to create a unique color. With a little understanding of color theory, you can create your own colors from paint you already have!
The ultimate guide to installing a DIY penny floor, including the time-saving penny floor template and tons of completed penny project inspiration.
Hooray for totally random Sunday projects! Today I installed a cat door for the Quince.
Seriously… I’m pretty much going completely insane. Someone save me. Why are there so many options??????
After hours and hours of painstakingly scouring the internet for the “perfect” hanging address plaque, I decided to make my own.
Whew! Long day!! Today dad and I accomplished a lot at the house. We installed a new storm door leading to the back porch, tiled the backsplash behind the sink in the bathroom, and put up shelving in the shed.
Today my dad and I cleaned out the chimney. The process was really simple (but dirty!), only took about 30 minutes, and cost no money whatsoever.