Category: Fireplaces

4 May

How to Cure a Sick Weeping Willow

The long, drooping branches of the weeping willow (Salix spp.) Trail romantically, such as slim fingers tracing a beloved’s cheek. But much of romance is awful and fortune does not always grin on the weeping willow. This mighty tree using its invasive roots only does not belong in most residential backyards, according to horticulturists at […]
2 May

Peach Tree Bark Fungus

Peach trees are relatively simple to develop, but respiratory ailments can attack various areas of the tree including the bark. Blisters, lesions, discoloration and gummy sap are a few of the signs your tree may be contaminated and requires attention. With proper care, a healthy peach tree can live around 50 decades, but untreated fungal […]
16 Apr

Yellowing on Outer Edges of Tomato Plant

Rumors are among the most frequent vegetables in the home garden and often the first food-bearing plants that a new gardener tries. Although tomatoes are simple to care for, they can sometimes develop unusual issues that are hard to diagnose. Yellowing on the outer edges of tomato leaves or on the outer border of the […]
14 Apr

Instructions for How to Tie Ribbon Bows for Curtain Tiebacks

Tiebacks add a decorator’s touch with straight-hanging curtain panels. Curtain tieback hardware and readymade accessories such as cords can be pricey. If you’re decorating your home on a budget, then think about using ribbon to give your rooms a cozy and elegant appearance. You can purchase ribbon by the yard at a fabric or craft […]
10 Apr

Ways to Hang a Scarf Valance at a Bay Window

Bay windows add beauty to any home by creating an alcove in which to put a sofa table, Christmas tree, or any piece you want to showcase. In addition to providing an extended view of the outdoors, bay windows are a chance for hanging and draping scarf valances, also referred to as window scarves. Need […]
17 Feb

Custom Everything at a Newfoundland Transitional Home

Ocean views from every room dictated the design of this Newfoundland, Canada, residence. Woodworker Jeff Parsons and his wife, Ellie Brennan, hunted for two years to find the ideal plot of land within driving distance of Newfoundland’s capital. The beautiful location has a more isolated texture, but the comforts of city living are only a […]
6 Nov

Help Me Arrange Three Toss Pillows and a Throw On My Sofa

Pillows and throw blankets give style and comfort to your seating arrangements. Thoughtfully arranged on a couch, they include colour, texture and a welcoming ambiance. Odd numbers are visually intriguing, so begin with three pillows and you also toss for attractive arrangements. Formal and Balanced Formal decor requires a symmetrical arrangement. Spread the toss over […]
3 Nov

How to Convert My Four-Poster Bed Into a Canopy Bed

Numerous canopy options can be applied to four-poster bed frames, based on the design of the framework. In case your four-poster frame does not have the joining top rails, then check with the manufacturer to find out if a canopy kit can be found. Alternatively, install ceiling-mount curtain poles to be the top rails for […]
1 Nov

How to Generate a Couch Cover Using a Staple Gun

New fabric might be the solution if you are tired of looking at your couch or couch — but not ready to purchase a new one — with a gun to pay it with fresh. This undertaking might appear daunting, but it doesn’t need skills beyond a few sewing capability for the arms. With patience […]
6 Oct

Straight-Up Advice for Corner Spaces

The perfect home is as visually pleasing as it is functional. The former is best accomplished through your favourite decor, and the second by maximizing your space efficiently. This means taking into consideration every nook and cranny — including your corners. Corners could be overlooked when it comes to designing, but by taking advantage of […]