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With summer here and kids out of school, I am pretty sure that it won’t be long before you hear the complaint about “I’m booooooooored”. Kids are all fond of spending time outdoor even in these hot days, so why not make something fun to make their outdoor time even more enjoyable? DIY pallet projects […]

With summer here and kids out of school, I am pretty sure that it won’t be long before you hear the complaint about “I’m booooooooored”. Kids are all fond of spending time outdoor even in these hot days, so why not make something fun to make their outdoor

setting up a sink and placement. Yes. Yes yes yes.

The right way to handle kitchen waste: Hide it in a rollout base cabinet within one step of the sink, or no more than two steps away if its in an opposing island. Place an additional recycling bin on the rollout, or multiple bins on a second unit nea

Planning Your Kitchen: Five Tools for Layout - This can be used not only for designing a new kitchen, but to help you think through how a kitchen would work for you in an existing house that you may be considering for purchase!

Planning Your Kitchen: Five Tools for Layout - This can be used not only for designing a new kitchen, but to help you think through how a kitchen would work for you in an existing house that you may be considering for purchase! I like the U and the Island

Problem: Solar lights staked in yard are difficult to mow & weed eat around. Solution: Terra cotta flower pots & a bag of quick-krete. Mix concrete according to the package directions. Scoop into flower pot & immediately put light into the center (remove the stake first). It sets quickly so do one at a time. Once finished, you have cute, functional & completely portable outdoor lights. (Note: you will only need about a quarter of a bag of quick-krete to fill 8 pots).

Problem: Solar lights staked in yard are difficult to mow & weed eat around. Solution: Terra cotta flower pots & a bag of quick-krete. Mix concrete according to the package directions. Scoop into flower pot & immediately put light into the center (remove