Late summer, early fall is my crunch time to get outdoor projects done. Do you feel this same pressure?? This year I am working on a potting table that I love but it has fallen into disrepair. In Outdoor Fall Decorating: Potting Table Refresh I am sharing how I brought it back to life.
Living in Seattle is very convenient for exploring all that Washington has to offer. Each season, and almost each month brings something blooming to look forward to. Read along to learn the best things to see in Washington by season.
Have you ever tried starfruit? It isn’t something I stock in the kitchen regularly, but it is a food that feels special. It reminds me of vacations, summer cocktails, and overall good times. Keep reading to see how to cut a starfruit and ideas for serving.
Our 1929 home has two bathrooms. Two small bathrooms. After renovating both, I assembled 7 ideas for renovating a small bathroom?
Mistakes make us great! That’s what my son learned in preschool and it is true. But when it comes to home renovation, mistakes can cost money and time. Read the 5 mistakes we made during our renovation and hopefully, you will save yourself some heartache.
Looking to add more festivities to your Fall? This easy Día de Los Muertos pumpkin stencil craft is fun for both adults and kids.
If you are looking to get some outside work done, I have 5 outdoor projects to try this weekend!
Leaves are starting to turn, rains have started and the days are getting shorter. Over summer we did a ton of projects and still have some planned for fall. How about you?
Have you ever thought “what can I make with an old picket fence?” Read on to see how we made a privacy screen with a reclaimed wood fence.
We’ve done a ton of work on our front yard in the last few years. It’s gone from uninviting, unusable, unremarkable and so many other “un” words. Keep reading to see the latest transformation and see my small patio decorating ideas!
I missed the deadline for the One Room Challenge. But our backyard project is 99% complete. Woo hoo! Read on to see what remains on the to do list and more importantly, what is done as part of the One Room Challenge Belated Backyard Patio Reveal.
Great strides have been made! And then, a hiccup, possibly a huge hiccup. So what do you do to work through a problem? I move onto another item on my list. Read on to see updates and how to stain IKEA outdoor furniture.
No matter where you buy your peony flowers, be it a grocery store, farmer’s market, or even faux, they are fun to arrange. Read on to see easy ways to show off your blooms.
Things are getting real messy. To stay out of the way of the wall being built, I transplanted plants from the back to the front. Specifically, I will show how to plant ground covers around pavers. Let’s see what else is going on, shall we?
Have you joined in on the houseplant craze? We have amassed a small collection. I especially love the versatility of succulents. They are pretty low maintenance. Read on for steps and tips to pot a succulent plant that I’ve learned over the years.
Looking for an easy craft to do with kids? A painted magazine paper leaf wreath is easy and some steps are even perfect for a preschooler!
Buds and blooms are back! Weather is warming up and you know what that means- it’s time to dust off the patio furniture and get going on the yardwork. Read on for 6 tips to prep outdoor spaces for summer!