2022

I have always loved gardening, but a few years ago I realized that my garden needed a little tender loving care. I started focusing on perfecting my techniques and making the area stand out, and it was a lot of work. Before I knew it, I was adding a lovely pergola to part of the yard along with a nice play area for the kids, and it was really interesting to see how things were coming along. I wanted to create this blog to inspire other people to make their land more beautiful. Check it out for great information that could help you.


Drapery Deceit: Busting Common Myths About Patterned Indoor Drapes

13 July 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

If you have been hesitant to purchase patterned drapes for your home for fear that they will look too bold or will appear outdated, you are not alone. In fact, patterned drapes often get a bad rap for no good reason. Busting the myths about patterned drapes will help you see how much beauty they can bring to your home and how great they will look when used properly.  Patterned drapes are outdated Read More …

Why Should You Install Seamless Copper Gutters?

2 May 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

Have you been looking for a new way to make your home stand out? Seamless copper rain gutters could be just the ticket. If you are on the fence about seamless copper rain gutters, you may wonder what kinds of benefits this new installation can offer. These are some of the reasons why these gutters are a standout option. You Can Use Chains or Downspouts Many people are doing away with downspouts for many reasons. Read More …

5 Reasons To Use A Canvas Canopy Over Your Patio

24 February 2022
 Categories: Home & Garden, Blog

A protected patio is a much more comfortable patio, especially when you need shade from the sun or protection from light rain. If you don't have a covered outdoor space, then a canvas cover for your patio may be a good option for improving the usability of your backyard with minimal effort.  1. Retractable Options Canvas covers can come in a variety of designs, but generally, they aren't designed to be left up all the time because wind and moisture can damage the cover over time. Read More …