We chose an elevated planter box, because it is versatile for most spaces and easy-to-use as a garden box or as a spot to keep drinks for a backyard party.
Here’s the how-to for the project that we shared with Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s blog. see more
Creating that perfect backyard grilling experience just takes a little bit of easy prep work. I’m sharing a few essentials with Hoss magazine that will help get you ready before firing up your grill for that next party.
Shopping for a chandelier can be overwhelming until you can unlock some of the mystery. Whether your style is coastal casual or art deco or industrial funk, there is a chandelier for you. With finishes ranging from wood and wrought iron to upcycled bottles and fishing lures to crystal and … see more
“Think of a she shed as a magical place. Allow yourself the freedom to not feel guilty for enjoying it.” -theresa see more
Beyond the kitschy man cave style of automobile interior decor, a home can be stylishly driven. see more
A few tiny house design essentials can make any size house a bit happier. While my version of tiny is different than yours, we can agree that small means a more minimal lifestyle than most of us are accustomed to living. Even if you aren’t embracing a more minimalist … see more
While there has been a surge back to black in European markets, the trend to black and other options has been slower elsewhere. But it is picking up as a trend. Black and darker colors have made their way back into the kitchen (just take a peek at Pinterest), and now there are really good alternatives to stainless steel in appliance finishes. see more
Giving a new look to older furniture is easy with paint and a few simple tools at Habitat ReStore. (Ahem….While the headline says it took 6 hours, it only took 4.) I was lucky to share an afternoon with Samantha Melamed from the Philadelphia Inquirer. We walked around the Philadelphia … see more
One of my very favorite home improvement projects is building a deck. I’ve built many—along with fences, playgrounds and other sweet outdoor stuff. I love building decks with wood too. Part structure, part trim, part art, part process, it speaks to me. And, in the pages of the October issue … see more
Home improvement comes in all shapes and sizes. Some of the best ones are the ones you make yourself, I think. So grab the September issue of one of our favorite magazines—Extreme How-To—and check out how to make this super hot firewood organizer. Ideal for a porch or back yard … see more