adelaide Gardern Ideas, 2019-11-09 16:45:36. Place objects of interest at the end of your garden and create the illusion that your space is bigger than it is. Choose white garden furniture and position it towards the back of a paved area. Play hide and seek by strategically planting large shrubs to partially obstruct the view; your mind will think there is more beyond to see. Add interest with plants at all heights and in all areas – with climbers and ramblers, evergreen shrubs, sculptural grasses and ground cover, all enlivened by colour-heavy cottage-garden favourites such as foxglove and delphinium. When you have a small internal courtyard or outside space, leave the wow factor to the plants. Look for tropical varieties hardy enough to withstand the vagaries of the British weather and plant up your own jungle oasis. Add instant drama with towering palms, strappy phormium and cordyline and feather-leaved tree ferns like dicksonia. Be aware that some may need a bit of protection over the winter and add slate chippings to help retain moisture in the summer and make maintenance easier.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 12:16:25. This pine cone garland from is as easy to make as it is beautiful. The use of twine, wooden beads, and pine cones give a natural and earthy vibe to any space. Want to jazz up the look a little bit? Add in some color by painting the pine cones, buying colored beads, or even adding some glitter.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 00:21:28. Hanging bulbs have been a huge home interior trend throughout 2016, and will continue into next year. This macramé version puts a bohoemian twist on the classic light-and-cord version. No knitting or crocheting skills needed — this intricate design is made from a simple knot pattern (AKA can be done while watching Netflix)
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 04:15:20. This is the time when that temporary dividing wall or oversized furniture needs to be reconsidered. You want to show the best your home has to offer. Walk into each room and ask yourself: “What’s great about this room?” Is it the closet? Windows? Beamed ceilings? Your staging efforts should capitalize on those features.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 11:15:16. No doubt flannel is what you’ll be wearing all season, so why not use it to decorate as well? Cue these simple DIY flannel coasters, ready to make a home under all of those mugs of hot apple cider all fall long.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-12 19:40:48. There comes a time for every plant owner when our planters and vases start to feel a little boring. There are plenty of funky DIY projects for painted planters out there, but for those who love simple Scandinavian design, these mini plant stands refresh your look without too much fuss. We especially like how they give philodendron room to really ‘hang’ out.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 03:24:36. Make sure they also complement the rest of the space and don’t detract from the positive attributes in the room. Potential buyers will remember the home with the kelly-green armchair or classic navy powder room, but not the one(s) with the ivory walls and beige couch.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-12 22:50:09. Holiday entertaining season is upon us, which is known as almost exclusively as dessert season in my home. If you’re nodding your head in agreement, you’re definitely going to need something to display sweet treats. This smart DIY used just a plate and candleholder to create a modern piece that may actually be easier than pie.
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 09:46:19. Cacti have become the ultimate cool-home plant, found dotting windowsills and shelves in modern spaces. Cacti are perfect for those afraid of houseplants, too, since they’re super easy to care for. But for those with cats, kids, or any kind of plant commitment issues these cardboard cacti are a cute addition to any home — no watering required!
adelaide DIY Ideas, 2019-11-13 12:22:39. You’ll be cheering for this pom pom rug, which is perfect for nurseries, home offices, or living rooms. Pick up a few of your favorite colors or use scraps from other yarn projects and get twisting. This project requires no glue or “real” sewing, so it’s as easy as it is beautiful to create.
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