How To Build A Porch Swing From A Recycled Headboard http://theownerbuildernetwork.co/a94g This is a great way of repurposing a headboard that has seen better days. Turn it into a porch swing!
20+ DIYs for Your Rustic Home Decor - For Creative Juice
Rustic is a practical style that uses natural materials functionally and also frugally. It is an affordable style that will add great character and warmth to your home. When I think about a rustic home, I think of warm wood tones and textural neutrals that instantly make we feel cozy and comfortable. Today we’ve rounded […]
9 Clever DIY Ways to Create Backyard Shade • The Garden Glove
9 Clever DIY Ways for a Shady Backyard Oasis • Ideas, tutorials and some creative ways to bring shade to your backyard!
The Ultimate Guide on How to Keep Mosquitoes Away
In a backyard full of people, you're the only one who gets covered in welty, gross mosquito bites. Here, nine creative ways to keep mosquitoes away..
Doorbell Broken, Front Porch Sign, Funny Sign, Funny Decor, Front Door Sign, Porch Humor
Doorbell Broken...Yell Ding Dong Really Loud What a great little sign! Engraved and easy to hang. For indoor and outdoor use. Dimensions approx. 7"x 5 1/2"
Take a used candle jar, an outdoor solar light and glass beads. It's a great outdoor decoration for patio railings. I LOVE this idea! This can be accomplished very inexpensively too...you can buy most of the things needed in your local dollar store!
Solar Lighting: Cut the Cord!
There is something about summer nights and outdoor lighting. It is a beautiful marriage that we enjoy during longer outdoor hours. I love night time accent lighting but it could be costly. Adapting to inexpensive solar lamps is easy but the characteristics of them are just way too common. You see one, you seen 'em all. After seeing so many repurposed solar chandeliers and trying one of my own, there was a realization... hey, why not modify all kinds of actual lighting fixtures for…
Beautiful Outdoor Area On a $100 Budget!
I created this outdoor patio area for my husband I after we had just got married. Everything you see in the pictures cost around $100.00 using Dollar Tree, Ikea and Big Lots! I was so happy with the way it came out. I had a plug in chandelier that I had purchased for my wedding that I knew I wanted to use centered above the table, and that's how my ideas got started. I then hung Lill Curtains ($2.50 from Ikea) Around the entire patio and it really changed the look instantly. For a…