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7 Tips for Carving Out a Hobby Space in Your Home - thespruce.com
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23.02.2024

7 Tips for Carving Out a Hobby Space in Your Home

There’s something fulfilling about having a dedicated space where you can get absorbed in your passion projects and mute the rest of the world. Yet, many of us refrain from starting a hobby because we think we don’t have room to do so. Not anymore.

16 Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas | Garden Bower Ideas - balconygardenweb.com
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16.05.2024

16 Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas | Garden Bower Ideas

Burning up in the sunshine? Don’t sweat it! We’ll show you Leafy Shelter from the Sun Ideas, also known as garden bowers. Just picture cool, shady spots you would like in your yard and get ready to turn it into a reality.

10 Stylish Garden Seating Ideas - gardenersworld.com
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14.05.2024

10 Stylish Garden Seating Ideas

The furniture in your garden is about more than eating and relaxing, it also forms part of the overall design of the garden. The type, size and finish of the furniture comes into play, and the surrounding hard landscaping and planting can help turn your furniture choices into a design feature in their own right.

Wait, Are We Adding Lighting to Our Showers Now? - thespruce.com
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03.05.2024

Wait, Are We Adding Lighting to Our Showers Now?

The «big light» in your bathroom has its purpose. It helps you see which spots need shaving and wakes you up in the morning—but there's no denying it's a major ambiance killer when you're trying to unwind at night.

7 Entryway Mistakes Designers Want You to Avoid At All Costs - thespruce.com
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16.03.2024

7 Entryway Mistakes Designers Want You to Avoid At All Costs

Your entryway is a small but mighty part of the home, and you'll want to make sure that you're designing it so that it lives up to its full potential. As a result, you'll want to be sure to steer clear of these common mistakes that pros often notice in other people's homes!

The "Rich Couch" Theory Might Change Your Entire Space - thespruce.com
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27.01.2024

The "Rich Couch" Theory Might Change Your Entire Space

TikTok has a new design theory on the rise: anyone whose couch doesn’t touch their walls is living in luxury. Having your couch in the middle of the room, according to many TikTok users, is the mark of an expensive home.

Tips for Cleaning Your Greenhouse - backyardgardener.com
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22.01.2024

Tips for Cleaning Your Greenhouse

Weekly, remove dead plant material from plants and soil. Watch for slugs and other pests on plants, in pots, under trays, in corners, and beneath benches. Sterilize pots and flats with Physan 20 (#7620) before reusing them.

Humidifying Your Greenhouse - backyardgardener.com
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22.01.2024

Humidifying Your Greenhouse

Apply mist only during daylight hours to avoid excessive humidity at night, which encourages disease. Remember, when the greenhouse cools at night, the relative humidity will rise even with the misting system off. Use a 24-hour timer to shut off the misting system 2 hours before sundown.

A Guide to Growing Carnations - backyardgardener.com
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19.01.2024

A Guide to Growing Carnations

Carnations in all their various forms are generally considered to be derivatives of Dianthus Caryophyllus, although the origin of some is not entirely clear. In North America, when referring to carnations, we immediately think of the carnation of commerce, the continuous or perpetual flowering carnation that is commonly grown under glass. There are, however, various garden types of this delightful flower that have never become so popular in North America as they are in many parts of Europe; this is because, over much of the continent, temperatures are too high for their successful, easy culture.

Here's How to Upgrade Your Home for Cozy Season - thespruce.com
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19.01.2024

Here's How to Upgrade Your Home for Cozy Season

With winter approaching, the days are getting shorter and temperatures are falling fast. As we spend more time in the comfort of our homes, it’s always nice to get our spaces feeling extra cozy.

7 Designer-Approved Tips to Help You With Awkward Window Placements - thespruce.com - Usa
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14.01.2024

7 Designer-Approved Tips to Help You With Awkward Window Placements

Move over, awkwardly placed windows. If you're dealing with windows that are positioned a bit strangely throughout your house or are oddly shaped, we're here to help.

The English Garden advent calendar: Day 4 - theenglishgarden.co.uk - Britain
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04.12.2023

The English Garden advent calendar: Day 4

Our fourth advent prize draw comes with your chance to win a beautiful kiln-dried Carved Oak Rope Swing, worth £379 from Sitting Spiritually.

Why You Shouldn't Forget to Decorate Your Hallway, Designers Say - thespruce.com
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03.12.2023

Why You Shouldn't Forget to Decorate Your Hallway, Designers Say

There are several spots around your home that generally get left out, or at the very least deprioritized, when it comes to designing—and one such area is the hallway.

Houzz Predicts These Home Design Trends Will Be Big in 2024 - thespruce.com
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24.11.2023

Houzz Predicts These Home Design Trends Will Be Big in 2024

Along with every new year come new home design predictions, and Houzz’s predictions are everything we thought we’d see, plus a few fun new forecasts that will be a delight to see come to fruition.

7 Dining Room Trends to Get Excited About in 2024 - thespruce.com - San Francisco
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21.11.2023

7 Dining Room Trends to Get Excited About in 2024

With 2023 drawing to a close, interior designers and design enthusiasts alike are already looking ahead to the New Year and the trends that are expected to be big. From trending colors to lighting trends, living room trends, bathroom trends, and more, design experts are excitedly preparing for what 2024 will bring.

3 Experts Share Their Top Tips For Creating an Organized Drop Zone - thespruce.com
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18.11.2023

3 Experts Share Their Top Tips For Creating an Organized Drop Zone

We all have that one spot in our house that tends to accumulate random clutter every single day. Normally, that’s the spot near the front door—but really anywhere can become a dumping ground, including the garage, kitchen drawer (aka the junk drawer), dining table, and living room sofa. 

Yarn Bombing: What’s The Deal With Knitting On Trees? - gardeningknowhow.com - Mexico
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27.10.2023

Yarn Bombing: What’s The Deal With Knitting On Trees?

Trends come and trends go, and some of them involve “outdoor art” using trees and plants. One new trend is called yarn bombing. This involves using knitted or crocheted yarn to “decorate” outdoor structures, like lamp posts, benches and… trees. Are you wondering whether yarn bombing trees is detrimental? Read on for more information.

Balcony Decorating Ideas | 17 Things to Buy for a Balcony - balconygardenweb.com
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25.10.2023

Balcony Decorating Ideas | 17 Things to Buy for a Balcony

if you are not happy with the only space in your studio or an apartment, then don’t worry! Here are some out-of-the-box Balcony Decorating Ideas that will surely transform it into a magical place to be!

10 Underrated Pieces of Furniture Designers Swear By - thespruce.com
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16.09.2023

10 Underrated Pieces of Furniture Designers Swear By

When it comes to designing a space, there are certain items that seem to get all the attention. In the living room, it's most likely the sofa, while in the bedroom it's no surprise that a well-designed, comfortable bed is important for a functional, beautiful space. But what about those underrated furniture pieces—the ones that add character, storage, ease, or some vintage charm? We sat down with designers to learn about the underrated furniture pieces they swear by.

BHG Mums Are Here—And One Smells Like Your Favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte - bhg.com
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10.09.2023

BHG Mums Are Here—And One Smells Like Your Favorite Pumpkin Spice Latte

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Fall Makeover Ideas for Garden Seating Areas - treehugger.com
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31.08.2023

Fall Makeover Ideas for Garden Seating Areas

After summer, as the weather begins to cool, it can be a good time to review and assess your garden. What worked well over the current season, and what did not exactly go according to plan?

6 Entryway Items You Can Declutter Right Now - thespruce.com
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30.08.2023

6 Entryway Items You Can Declutter Right Now

Entryways are the first thing that we see when we enter a home. They welcome us in and send us off every time we leave. As a result, they are a common dumping ground for a number of different everyday essentials, from shoes and coats to keys, hats, gloves, and sunglasses. Amidst the hustle and bustle of a busy family home, it’s common for the entryway to become overwhelmed with stuff.

Whimsical Garden Ideas: How To Grow A Whimsical Garden - gardeningknowhow.com
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29.08.2023

Whimsical Garden Ideas: How To Grow A Whimsical Garden

When something is whimsical, it is playful, fun, fanciful, and not too serious. Your style or your home décor can be whimsical, but what about your garden? If you enjoy the world of whimsy, take it to the outdoors and design a quirky and imaginative space.

Reclaimed Wood Tree Bench - hometalk.com
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14.08.2023

Reclaimed Wood Tree Bench

Using wood from a section of our fence that fell in a wind storm, I built a bench to encircle our large maple tree in the back yard.

How to Keep Kids’ Clutter Concealed Without a Mudroom - thespruce.com
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08.08.2023

How to Keep Kids’ Clutter Concealed Without a Mudroom

If you don't have a mudroom in your home, you may be wondering how exactly to store away all of the items that are associated with having children: shoes, school supplies, sports equipment, and much more.

Greenhouse Tools and Equipment - gardenerstips.co.uk
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023

Greenhouse Tools and Equipment

You need at least one roof ventilator and one side ventilator to get good air changes. The roof ventilator is the most important for allowing hot air to escape. Windows at both sides of the greenhouse can be beneficial. Louvered windows are very useful as they are easy to operate and I find hinged windows less stable in wind. Automatic ventilators are available that open the window using a plunger system. Obviously the door is a great ventilator and should be left open when temperatures reach 80 degrees or humidity is 100%. I have never needed an extractor fan but for a large greenhouse a slow moving fan can help some crops.

Prize Gladioli Growing & Showing - gardenerstips.co.uk
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023

Prize Gladioli Growing & Showing

The Gladiolus family are fine addition to the colourful garden. They also make fascinating subjects for the gardeners who like a challenge of the show bench.

My Mistakes with Chrysanthemums - gardenerstips.co.uk
gardenerstips.co.uk
01.08.2023

My Mistakes with Chrysanthemums

If a plant is worth growing it is worth growing well and this applies no more so than to Chrysanthemums. I have said recently that Chrysanthemums will repay the gardeners attention with a productive crop of flowers for the home, show bench or garden.

Your Backyard Can Be the Best Hang Out Place with these DIYs - balconygardenweb.com
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31.07.2023

Your Backyard Can Be the Best Hang Out Place with these DIYs

There is no reason why you should settle down for an empty, boring backyard when there is so much that can inspire you. Check out our post on how Your Backyard Can Be the Best Hang Out Place with these DIYs!

Hole From Former Hot Tub Becomes Sunken Lounge Space - hometalk.com
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30.07.2023

Hole From Former Hot Tub Becomes Sunken Lounge Space

Last fall I made the tough decision to sell our hot tub. After it was removed, we were left with a big ugly hole in the deck! But I thought maybe this space could make a nice backyard lounge area?

How to Make a Bench From an Old Metal Bed - hometalk.com
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30.07.2023

How to Make a Bench From an Old Metal Bed

I have always loved the look of benches made from head and foot boards, especially the ones made from metal. I found this one in the most unlikely places. It was leaning up against the side of a vault, ( a holding building for bodies to be buried in cemeteries. The caskets are kept here during winter months when the ground is frozen and graves can't be dug until spring.) It was buried half in the ground and deep in the trees. I was very excited with my find, my mother was looking at me with those eyes that quietly said my daughter has finally lost it but didn't actually say it… I went back to my mom's house and called the church secretary and asked if I could remove the bed. Ironically she didn't even know one was there. She said if I could dig it out I could have it. After some choice words under my breath, tree branches in some not so nice places, and falling on my behind while trying to get it out of the ground my determination paid off.

Lowe’s Picnic Table Makeover, Memaw’s Way! - hometalk.com
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29.07.2023

Lowe’s Picnic Table Makeover, Memaw’s Way!

Hello Summer! Warm Weather and sitting outdoors enjoying company is the best! So I have to head into town to get my yard pretty! I was at my local Lowe’s scouting out flowers and picking up supplies when I ran across a 6ft preassembled pine picnic table. All I could see was a blank canvas. I wanted to create something that would be a great conversation piece, something that people would automatically ask, “where did you get that”?

Potter and Mason Wasps - hgic.clemson.edu
hgic.clemson.edu
24.07.2023

Potter and Mason Wasps

Sometimes we receive calls about wasps eating outdoor wooden furniture or even structures. While some wasps like paper wasps and yellowjackets will scrape wood with their strong mouthparts to make their paper nests, they are not technically eating the wood but rather using it as building material. Other wasps will nest in holes in wood, including nail holes, drill holes, or emergence holes made by wood boring beetles. For example, powderpost beetle larvae feed and live in wood until they pupate into adults and emerge out of their wooden food source to mate. These emergence holes can be future nesting sites for a host of solitary wasps called potter and mason wasps.

How To Make A Cinder Block Bench - hometalk.com
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24.07.2023

How To Make A Cinder Block Bench

Ever wondered how to make an easy cinder block bench? I had built one years ago and it was time to fix it up. A cinder block bench is easy to create, affordable, and can be put just about anywhere. You can see more of my crazy creations here

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