20 Amazing Stone Pathways That Will Steal The Show
Apr25

20 Amazing Stone Pathways That Will Steal The Show

Garden paths not only mark the safe places in your garden to walk, they give your garden a sense of completeness, dimension, and charm. Garden paths come in many styles and it is up to you to determine not only which style fits your garden best, but which you can commit yourself to creating and maintaining. Some take much more time, effort, and expense than others. For example, gravel and mulch paths are inexpensive, but stone and...

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20 Artists Who Took Embroidery To The Next Level
Apr22

20 Artists Who Took Embroidery To The Next Level

The origins of embroidery can be traced back to the Warring States period in China (500-300BC) and to Sweden’s Migration period (300-700AD), and some would argue that it hasn’t changed much over the centuries: “It is a striking fact that in the development of embroidery … there are no changes of materials or techniques which can be felt or interpreted as advances from a primitive to a later, more refined stage....

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35 Wonderful Ideas How To Organize A Pretty Small Garden Space
Apr20

35 Wonderful Ideas How To Organize A Pretty Small Garden Space

Gardens are a great way to spend extra time. They can bring both life and curb appeal to your home. If you are a green thumb you may feel at a loss without a gardening project near at hand. However, sometimes space and resources do not allow for large and lush gardens Many people think that creating a nice garden space requires a lot of outside space. But, actually to plant your favorite plants, create a nice dining area or just a...

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How To Build A Self-Feeding Fire That Burns For 14 Hours Plus!
Apr16

How To Build A Self-Feeding Fire That Burns For 14 Hours Plus!

Camping is great! Spending time in the heart of nature and enjoying some great barbecues can be a lot of fun. But there are also some downsides of camping, such as setting up a campfire and maintaining it. While you would just want to sit and enjoy the fire burning, you have to still get up once in awhile and put some wood on the fire. But luckily, there is a great way to build a clever self-feeding fire that can burn up to fourteen...

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Backyard Projects For Kids: DIY Race Car Track
Apr13

Backyard Projects For Kids: DIY Race Car Track

Playing outside is a crucial part of development for any human beings. With urban landscape taking much of space reserved for unrestricted play, the ones who have a backyard are blessed. Your creative area has just gotten larger and the next DIY project will let you tap into that. Playing with cars is a thing kids usually like. But once they will see the race car tracks you’ve set up in your backyard, they will love it instantly. The...

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40+ Front Door Flower Pots For A Good First Impression
Apr13

40+ Front Door Flower Pots For A Good First Impression

When you visit someone, whether it’s for the first time or not, you get to create an impression about their home as soon as you reach the front door and you knock on the door. It’s an impression you create based on what you see around you. It’s why it’s important to have a beautiful and inviting floor door entrance. For that, there are numerous things you can do. Two big and two small flower pots for a symmetrical look Something very...

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DIY Backyard Brick Barbecue
Apr12

DIY Backyard Brick Barbecue

Backyard barbecue is a great feature to add to your garden or backyard. It’s so relaxing to gather with your friends and family in the backyard, enjoy a piece of bbq beef or grab a glass of beer and enjoy the time. Instead of spending extra money buying a new barbecue grill in local stores, why not try building your own barbecue grill? And we have found a great DIY project for you. This brick barbecue looks cool! It’s inexpensive,...

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45+ Creative Uses Of PVC Pipes In Your Home And Garden
Apr12

45+ Creative Uses Of PVC Pipes In Your Home And Garden

PVC pipe is one of those ordinary construction materials that is cheap to buy, readily available and easy to work with. You can cut it, paint it, drill it and glue it easily. Therefore, it is the perfect material for many DIY projects. With creativity and imagination, you can create functional and useful pieces out of PVC pipes around your home and garden. Here at Architecture & Design, we have come up with a roundup of more than...

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How To Build A Hobbit House In Your Backyard
Apr03

How To Build A Hobbit House In Your Backyard

30-year-old Ashley Yeates is not a hobbit. The Bedford, England, is a design and construction expert that’s much too big to be a hobbit, although rumor has it his feet might be just as hairy–but despite these shortcomings, he decided to build a “hobbit hole” in his garden, a project that took almost a year to complete. After a tree died in the yard, he decided a hole was just the thing to take its place! Many readers have commented...

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Terrarium Jewelry by Ruby Robin Lets You Take Tiny Bits Of Nature With You
Mar30

Terrarium Jewelry by Ruby Robin Lets You Take Tiny Bits Of Nature With You

Kay Bells lets you take a little bit of magic with you wherever you go. The Cork, Ireland based maker handcrafts tiny terrariums “using a range of strange and beautiful curiosities, found in the woods and on the mountain sides, combed from the windswept beaches and picked in the wild meadows.” But that’s not all–Bells also does custom pieces, if you’re willing to send her your precious memories. “I especially love making personalized...

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