Month: February 2019

Feb - 28

How Do I Tea Dye Curtains?

It’s a snap to squeeze shabby chic-style, rustic or faux-aged curtains to your limited decorating budget with a pot of warm water and a few teabags. Tannins from the tea will dye natural fabrics like cotton, linen, wool and silk,…

Feb - 25

The way to Use a Sponge Mop

A sponge cleaner provides you a method to clean floors without touching the moist or dirty mop head, and you don’t require a special bucket to wring out the excess water. Each version of sponge mop is marginally different, but…

Feb - 10

Stair Nosing

“Nosing” generally indicates the edge of a stair tread that extends beyond the riser; it can also refer to some strip inserted to the border of a plank to provide a protective edge or a decorative appearance, or to hide…

Feb - 04

Koi Find Friendly Shores in Any Garden Style

Koi ponds are nearly a staple of certain landscapes, particularly Asian- or tropical-inspired styles, and therefore are easily at home in many contemporary gardens. If you love koi but those landscape styles don’t appeal, don’t worry. It’s surprising how well…

Feb - 01

5 Red Roses to Stir Garden Passions

Who does not love a red rose? This timeless classic signifies love, passion and guts — and the number of red roses sends a message too. One reveals adore, a dozen suggests gratitude, 25 congratulations and 50 means unconditional love.…