A backyard wedding reception doesn't have to be expensive to be elegant. With a little creativity and planning, you can create a backyard venue that is the talk of the neighborhood. Scroll…
Today I have a set of DIY Planter box plans to share with you! Raised garden beds can be expensive to buy, so building your own will save you some cash. And don’t fret, this raised garden planter box is a beginner project you can tackle in one afternoon. The plans can be adjusted to fit whatever size you need. Who knew that building a planter box would be this easy?! Enjoy!(more…)
This DIY redwood plant stand is a quick beginner building project that will give your porch some mid century modern flare. The minimalist look adds height to your plants without robbing them of space to bloom. Adjust the middle piece to fit any size pot. Display alone or in pairs on either side of your front door. You can use it indoors or out. What do you think? Are your wheels turning?
Lately, I’m loving the look of outdoor string lights as a way to create an inviting and cozy outdoor space! If you share my love for this look and are searching for exterior lighting ideas, you’ll want to check out the options I have for you. Whether you are decorating for a wedding, a birthday party, or just need extra lighting outside, one of these “brilliant” choices is sure to hit the mark.
This beautiful modern wood planter is a plant stand/ planter combo. Perfect piece to display your favorite annuals, flower baskets or decorative grasses. Whether indoors or out, it is a conversation piece that is sure to make a statement! Build it with light and sturdy 2×2 lumber.
This fun DIY project keeps my garden hose hanging in style. I’m so happy the idea in my head translated into a fun and affordable design. Most of all, I am happy I am not tripping over my garden hose all the time. Let me show you how to make one!
It’s ironic that it took having grandchildren to motivate me to build a tree swing. In my defense, it also helps that we FINALLY have a tree with a strong enough branch. We planted this beautiful honey locust 15 years ago, and I have been eyeing that side branch for some time. I love this tree.