Handrail DIY: Galvanized Pipe - Smiedendipity
Our old farmhouse was built around 1900 – when people were apparently very skinny (our stairway is only 33″ wide) and short. The staircase is so narrow that it left us stumped for the last few years on how to add a handrail to bring it up to code, and more recently to make sure neither of us took a tumble with the baby. Then I saw this photo on pinterest and was SO inspired: Since we live in an older farmhouse, we like to use a combination of aged wood, tile/stone, and different metals in…
A Few Projects You Should Try If You're Into Pipe Furniture
Pipe furniture is pretty high on our list of useful things that you can craft for your home. The projects are usually simple and there's a ton of things
How to Build a Newel Post - Beneath My Heart
Today, I want to show you how we built our on newel post for our new staircase. If you have followed my blog for long, you know that I love to add old house character and charm to our newer home. We have been building a two story addition to our home ... Read More about How to Build a Newel Post
French Drains – A Plumbing Solution for your Flooding Yard | Plumbing Guides and Fixes
Railing and posts went in today. I chose an industrial look using steel plumbing pipe. Not for everyone, but I love it!