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Strong wind is no friend to most patio umbrellas, but it would take a hurricane to budge this setup. The umbrella rises from a sleeve centered in a flowerpot that's filled with three layers of material: a bottom layer of lava rock to hold the sleeve in place, a center layer of concrete for extra rigidity, and a top layer of planting mix. When there's no need for shade, just lift out the umbrella -- the plants should mask the sleeve.
I know some of you still have snow on the ground, but for us Floridians summer is already kicking into high gear. And summer means flip flops . Yep, we southern girls have 'em for everything: casual wear, evening wear, 'flops with heels, 'flops with big poofy flowers glued on...you name it.
Figuring out the smartest places to store your stuff is time well spent—mostly because it results in time you don't spend cleaning.
Ahoy there Hipster Homers! I’m Julie and I’m the very first guest blogger on this fine site. Today’s project involves breaking stuff, plants, found objects, and miniatures.
The space under the stairs at Tilly’s cottage used to be the coal storage — I’ve been told that you would literally have a guy who came down the lanes with a horse and cart and shovel coal from an access point outside into the coal storage which was typically under the stairs of the house.
The amazing Invisible Self Shelf isn't a shelf at all ll it's a fake book that attaches securely to any wall. Because the Self Shelf is easily strong enough to bear the weight of a large number of volumes, you can stack your books so that they look like they're floating on air. The title of the fake book that makes up the shelf is Ceci n'est pas un livre ('this is not a book')!
Budget-friendly rugs, laminate flooring and high-end knockoffs: save money with a little DIY blogosphere love.
Please browse our library of "AT HOME" projects featuring full color, step-by-step application instructions. Snow, Ice, water and deicing chemicals can wreak havoc on unprotected concrete and masonry surfaces.