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You don't need a lakefront property to enjoy the benefits of backyard water. Stacked pots filled with a pump and filled to the brim produce sounds reminiscent of lapping waves. The vessels' rolled rims -- and resulting cascades -- amplify the sound of the water, and their coloring corresponds with a nearby begonia. How-To 1. Collect three "display" pots and two "support" pots.
Turning a basic wood pallet into a dreamy, colorful piece of furniture may not be as hard as you may think. You need to think outside the box and don’t look at it only as firewood, because pallet furniture IS cool. More and more people buy it because of the design statement it makes, but many have great ideas and do it themselves — it’s become quite a trend. Inspiring pallet furniture ideas There are plenty of ways you can use these shipping pallets.
September 2nd, 2009 Email 42 users recommend Add a touch of style to your living space with this pretty crochet pillow. Zach Desart Simply sew a simple satin pillow in your favorite color.
this fun project comes from d*s reader anneli martin of bird and lard . anneli had an old bed linen and a duvet cover that she didn’t want to throw away, so she cut them into one inch strips and crocheted these two giant floor pillows. i think the result is fantastic, and definitely a great way to spend a cold winter day indoors. anneli was kind enough to share the full project steps after the jump- happy crocheting! CLICK HERE for the full project steps for anneli’s rag pillows Anneli’s Rag Pillows Materials :
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I'm pretty excited about today's post . . . but first, I gotta give you good reason why the piping on my cushions don't quite line up You KNOW exactly what I'm talking about. Anyway, I find myself overly excited to post this plan today for two reasons: 1) Yay! that looks like a comfy spot to work once winter is finally over and 2) Got a sweet sweet deal to share with you on those cushions. But before we get to the sweet deal on the cushions, how about the sweet deal on the frame?
Michael from Philadelphia was so inspired by reader Cathinca's use of Pallets as Outdoor Furniture , that he decided to make his own Banquette for his terrace. The results are pretty cool, and super easy. Michael simply sent a round of emails to his friends asking if they had any spare pallets he could take off their hands. Luckily, a friend recently remodeled their kitchen and was more than willing to supply the pallets. Michael has a 4th floor walk up and really wanted to utilize his great outdoor space during these amazing summer months.
New Zealand flax enlivens the redwood bench perched on large ceramic pots. Thomas J. Story Click to Enlarge