Please welcome James Padar from Mountain Laurel Railing. You don’t need a large deck or a huge great room to take advantage of the artistic beauty of Mountain Laurel Handrails. Many times the small additions to space can change it dramatically. All the projects on this page showcase different ways that the handrail is so important in home design, and also so frequently overlooked. http://awoodrailing.com/2015/12/06/small-railing-projects-big-impact/ Share This:
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What’s everyone working on today? I have the normal Saturday morning chores, grocery shopping and laundry to do. Fun. Fun. Then, I think I’ll rip a few pallets apart and try to find the porch floor. Yes, it’s a mess again. Then, off to Home Depot to price a few items and pick up some new supplies for a cabinet build this weekend. I hope. That’s the plan. Let’s
We’re back in the kitchen this week with a new cabinet and countertop made from reclaimed wood. A couple weeks ago, I built a kitchen cabinet made from reclaimed wood. If you missed the posts you can view them at DIY Cabinet Doors and Reclaimed Wood Kitchen Cabinets. \ To build the cabinet on the left side of the stove, I shorten the width of the right side cabinet by a
This article was submitted by guest post writer, Edna Thomson Space Saving Tips for Your Cleaning Supplies There are so many different surfaces in our homes that we need a variety of cleaners to keep everything sparkling. From wood cleaners to toilet bowl cleaners, kitchen cleaners to bathroom cleaners and disinfectants, there are a bunch of bottles sitting around, making the place look overcrowded. If you want to save space,
Hey, welcome back! I’m glad you stopped by. We had a few new Scraptastic Saturday visitors stop by and share their creations. Thank you to the newbies and my weekly partygoers. I can’t wait to see what you’ve been up to lately. But, let’s reflect back to this week’s highlights. Welcome to another Scraptastic Saturdays. Thank you for sharing your awesomeness each week. Don’t forget, your projects will get
From one DIYer to another, I’m sharing a story with you today to bring awareness to a silent killer, Mesothelioma. I was recently contacted by Heather Von St. James with an amazing story of courage, hope, and determination. As Heather and her husband built careers and started a family, she was diagnosed with Mesothelioma. Their lives quickly changed from building their dreams to beating the odds. Heather shares with us
*This post contains affiliate links. I’m loving the newly reclaimed cabinet addition in the kitchen. But, it was missing one key element, a cabinet door. It’s unbelievable the difference it makes having a cabinet close to the stove. I no longer have to run back and forth from the stove to the countertop across the kitchen. It’s been 4 years in the making but it’s finally finished. Today, I’m going
It’s Saturday. It’s time to clean house, grocery shop and work on a few projects. Or should I just snuggle on the couch with a good book. After a long crazy week, you have to give yourself permission to just do nothing. We all deserve a little down time now and again. Do you ever just wake up and think “not today”? I’m having that kind of day today.