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Bowler | DAH Architecture | Hunting for George

Relocations entail mixed emotions. Kids may be sad because they're moving away from friends and adults, might be happy but nervous for a change of scenery. Nonetheless, everybody is excited to see their new home in Queenslander style. Bowler by DAH Architecture is a home that we would gladly move into if ever we got a job in Brisbane. See what kind of transformation this pre-war home went through in preparation of its new owners. The clients were a young family who were moving in from…

Orton Haus — the palm co.

For grape vines, melons, beans, cucumbers, and flowers. So easy - 4 t posts, 1 cattle panel from a local farm store - all under $30.00

A Little Dirt Never Hurt

"How's the garden doing?" People keep asking me this question, so I decided it was time to add updated pictures. Enjoy! First, a beautiful stargazer lily in the lily bed. Then the veggies and herbs……. A View of the Whole Garden Cattle Panel Trellis Cucumber Trellis Pole Bean Trellis One of the broccoli plants, with garlic planted at the corners and a lonely carrot that migrated. (See it in the bottom left-hand corner?) Onions Scallions (I think I need to thin these!) Pretty Spinach Bibb…

We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too," she says. "Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well!"

A Balinese-inspired garden in Sydney's Northern Beaches

A Balinese holiday inspired the design of this lush and tropical garden in Sydney's Northern Beaches. The owners selection of tropical plants fit in perfectly to their coastal location, creating a holiday-like haven all year round.

DIY mobile with tin cans (a great reuse project)

WATCH: All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

WATCH: All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

Browse landscaping ideas, discover eight landscape design rules and get tips from landscape design experts.

Browse landscaping ideas, discover eight landscape design rules and get tips from landscape design experts.

strainer planter wind chimes, container gardening, flowers, gardening, repurposing upcycling

Strainer Planter Wind Chimes

I have always had a thing for wind chimes, and I also love hanging planters. So I thought why not combine the two? I repurposed a plain metal strainer and measuring spoons that I found at the thrift store to make a planter that also plays beautiful music in the sweet summer breezes. Here are my supplies: A large metal strainer, metal measuring spoons, key rings, dog leash chain, measuring tape, sharpie, drill with a metal drill bit, and spray paint. UPDATE: I used 1" single key rin…

So many colors

So many colors

DIY your own trellis container garden! This awesome garden project uses painted boards to hang cute buckets filled with your choice of flowers! This DIY garden accent looks great leaning against a fence or garden shed.

Make This Easy Vertical Container Trellis

DIY your own trellis container garden! This awesome garden project uses painted boards to hang cute buckets filled with your choice of flowers! This DIY garden accent looks great leaning against a fence or garden shed.

LOW-COST IDEA? This One’s a Shoe-In If you’re looking to grow a few herbs or veggies but don’t want a full-on garden, a simple plastic shoe organizer ($20) lets you stock up on fresh greens while saving space — and cash. Without drain holes, the soil may tend to stay moist, so watch out for overwatering.

The Incredible (and Sometimes Edible) Living Wall

LOW-COST IDEA? This One’s a Shoe-In If you’re looking to grow a few herbs or veggies but don’t want a full-on garden, a simple plastic shoe organizer ($20) lets you stock up on fresh greens while saving space — and cash. Without drain holes, the soil may tend to stay moist, so watch out for overwatering.

This will be the fence in my next backyard.

Tin Fence

This will be the fence in my next backyard.

Reaching through the frangipani branches are the long strappy leaves of ginger lily (hedychium gardnerianum), a subtropical plant that was often used in the gardens of Federation homes. A tidy lawn compliments the lush garden in this home in Sydney's inner west. Photography: Brigid Arnott

How To Create A Backyard Oasis

Reaching through the frangipani branches are the long strappy leaves of ginger lily (hedychium gardnerianum), a subtropical plant that was often used in the gardens of Federation homes. A tidy lawn compliments the lush garden in this home in Sydney's inner west. Photography: Brigid Arnott

spray paint hula hoops black, string lights on them and hang them from the ceiling.

The Holiday/Winter Preview Party

Detroit Garden Works throws one evening party a year. It is, in part, a thank you for all of the gardeners that have or have a mind to shop with us. It is, in part, the opening night of our winte…

INFOGRAPHIC: How to successfully grow an herb garden

INFOGRAPHIC: How to successfully grow an herb garden

Anglian Home created a how-to infographic on successfully growing an herb garden.

Growing cukes in cages......anyone do it this way? - Vegetable Gardening Forum - GardenWeb

If i was a gazillionarie!

VINTAGE ROMANCE STYLE: 25 cute & simple herb garden ideas

25 cute & simple herb garden ideas

herb garden Style Motivation indoor herb garden chalkboard pots shutter garden mason jar herbs DIY herb garden crate garden raised herb bed trellis garden tiered herb garden herbs tiered pots herb tags raised herb garden source unknown old drawer DIY hanging herb garden wine cork tag diy clay tag metal tags stamped spoons

... a bit of garden whimsy ... made of bottle caps

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Find the perfect handmade gift, vintage & on-trend clothes, unique jewelry, and more… lots more.

You know what you would find in here in Australia, a snake!?!?! Worst idea for here lol. Cool idea for places like Canada though.

You know what you would find in here in Australia, a snake!?!?! Worst idea for here lol. Cool idea for places like Canada though.

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Bowler | DAH Architecture | Hunting for George

Relocations entail mixed emotions. Kids may be sad because they're moving away from friends and adults, might be happy but nervous for a change of scenery. Nonetheless, everybody is excited to see their new home in Queenslander style. Bowler by DAH Architecture is a home that we would gladly move into if ever we got a job in Brisbane. See what kind of transformation this pre-war home went through in preparation of its new owners. The clients were a young family who were moving in from…

Orton Haus — the palm co.

Maison maximaliste - Blog Déco - fauteuil oeuf egg suspendu en rotin balcon coin lecture cosy hygge Clem Around The Corner

Maison maximaliste - Blog Déco - Clem Around The Corner

Place aux couleurs audacieuses, aux formes complexes et aux matières farfelues ! Je vous invite en Californie, découvrir une fabuleuse maison maximaliste.

For grape vines, melons, beans, cucumbers, and flowers. So easy - 4 t posts, 1 cattle panel from a local farm store - all under $30.00

A Little Dirt Never Hurt

"How's the garden doing?" People keep asking me this question, so I decided it was time to add updated pictures. Enjoy! First, a beautiful stargazer lily in the lily bed. Then the veggies and herbs……. A View of the Whole Garden Cattle Panel Trellis Cucumber Trellis Pole Bean Trellis One of the broccoli plants, with garlic planted at the corners and a lonely carrot that migrated. (See it in the bottom left-hand corner?) Onions Scallions (I think I need to thin these!) Pretty Spinach Bibb…

We were influenced by the many lush tropical gardens in our coastal neighbourhood and overseas, too," she says. "Tropical plants are also amazingly hardy. It also helps that Bilgola is full of red volcanic soil so everything grows really well!"

A Balinese-inspired garden in Sydney's Northern Beaches

A Balinese holiday inspired the design of this lush and tropical garden in Sydney's Northern Beaches. The owners selection of tropical plants fit in perfectly to their coastal location, creating a holiday-like haven all year round.

DIY mobile with tin cans (a great reuse project)

WATCH: All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

WATCH: All You Is Now a Part of Southern Living

Browse landscaping ideas, discover eight landscape design rules and get tips from landscape design experts.

Browse landscaping ideas, discover eight landscape design rules and get tips from landscape design experts.

strainer planter wind chimes, container gardening, flowers, gardening, repurposing upcycling

Strainer Planter Wind Chimes

I have always had a thing for wind chimes, and I also love hanging planters. So I thought why not combine the two? I repurposed a plain metal strainer and measuring spoons that I found at the thrift store to make a planter that also plays beautiful music in the sweet summer breezes. Here are my supplies: A large metal strainer, metal measuring spoons, key rings, dog leash chain, measuring tape, sharpie, drill with a metal drill bit, and spray paint. UPDATE: I used 1" single key rin…

So many colors

So many colors

DIY your own trellis container garden! This awesome garden project uses painted boards to hang cute buckets filled with your choice of flowers! This DIY garden accent looks great leaning against a fence or garden shed.

Make This Easy Vertical Container Trellis

DIY your own trellis container garden! This awesome garden project uses painted boards to hang cute buckets filled with your choice of flowers! This DIY garden accent looks great leaning against a fence or garden shed.

LOW-COST IDEA? This One’s a Shoe-In If you’re looking to grow a few herbs or veggies but don’t want a full-on garden, a simple plastic shoe organizer ($20) lets you stock up on fresh greens while saving space — and cash. Without drain holes, the soil may tend to stay moist, so watch out for overwatering.

The Incredible (and Sometimes Edible) Living Wall

LOW-COST IDEA? This One’s a Shoe-In If you’re looking to grow a few herbs or veggies but don’t want a full-on garden, a simple plastic shoe organizer ($20) lets you stock up on fresh greens while saving space — and cash. Without drain holes, the soil may tend to stay moist, so watch out for overwatering.

This will be the fence in my next backyard.

Tin Fence

This will be the fence in my next backyard.

Reaching through the frangipani branches are the long strappy leaves of ginger lily (hedychium gardnerianum), a subtropical plant that was often used in the gardens of Federation homes. A tidy lawn compliments the lush garden in this home in Sydney's inner west. Photography: Brigid Arnott

How To Create A Backyard Oasis

Reaching through the frangipani branches are the long strappy leaves of ginger lily (hedychium gardnerianum), a subtropical plant that was often used in the gardens of Federation homes. A tidy lawn compliments the lush garden in this home in Sydney's inner west. Photography: Brigid Arnott

spray paint hula hoops black, string lights on them and hang them from the ceiling.

The Holiday/Winter Preview Party

Detroit Garden Works throws one evening party a year. It is, in part, a thank you for all of the gardeners that have or have a mind to shop with us. It is, in part, the opening night of our winte…

INFOGRAPHIC: How to successfully grow an herb garden

INFOGRAPHIC: How to successfully grow an herb garden

Anglian Home created a how-to infographic on successfully growing an herb garden.