Tower of Herbs
Don't miss out on fresh herbs (or pay a lot for them at the market) just because you don't have a big yard. Situate this compact herb garden in a sunny spot near the kitchen door for easy snipping.
I saw this idea on pinterest using painted terra cotta pots. So, I headed to Home Depot and bought three in small, medium and large. The pin suggested buying a smaller plastic pot and turning it upside down inside the bigger ones to build up the pots. I did this with the largest of the pots and simply used some extra bricks we had lying around in the medium pot. I painted them first in a black acrylic paint with a glossy finish. It didn't take much paint at all to do all 3 pots. I decided to…
'She Sheds' Are Women's Perfect Response To The Man Cave (Photos)
Screw man caves; ladies, it's time for She Sheds. She Sheds are the female equivalent of the man cave, except (obviously) better. It's a place for a woman to relax and do her thang, without men (or children) around. It's her place to decorate, enjoy…
Adorable character outbuildings! - Funky Junk Interiors
I happen to have a framed greenhouse in my backyard that houses firewood of all things. Flappy crappy plastic snaps with every wind gust. The greenhouse could be adorable, but I needed some major inspiration. On the weekend, I frequented a lovely little quaint place called The Back Porch. This home based business resides in […]
Plant a Mobile Herb Garden in a Wagon
If you’ve had a simmering interest in gardening but have been hesitant because of low light conditions at home, try a mobile garden in a wagon. Maximizing sun exposure on plants is easy on a wagon garden, where you can effortlessly pull your garden seasonally to the areas in your home with the most sunlight, inside or out. Growing herbs and vegetables is a fun and eco-friendly way to supplement your trips to the local farmer’s market or grocery store.