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Ana White | Picnic Table that Converts to Benches - DIY Projects

HANDMADE FROM THIS PLAN >><p>Projects built from this plan. Thank you for submitting brag posts, it's appreciated by all!<p>Handmade by: …

30 Gorgeous Spring Gardens

There's no sight more beautiful than flowers in bloom and lush greenery.<p>From sprawling paths to simple patios, find the best look for your backyard with these gorgeous garden designs.

Landscaping

10 Easy Pieces: Fire Pits and Bowls

Create an instant bonfire with these versatile fire pits, perfect for the campsite, the patio, the lawn (but not recommended for use on wood decks or …

DIY Outdoor Planter: Pretty Enough to Eat

Fresh herbs are key ingredients in some of my favorite summertime dishes. But with leaves that are deep, dark purple, multicolored, or reminiscent of …

Plants

ZigZag Collection by Emiliana Design

Barcelona-based Emiliana Design Studio was founded by two graduates of Central Saint Martin’s, Ana Mir and Emili Padrós. What’s caught our eye from …

Required Reading: Rock the Shack

In Rock the Shack: The Architecture of Cabins, Cocoons, and Hide-Outs, Sofia Borges and Sven Ehmann describe how for the first time, city dwellers …

Green Your Driveway with Permeable Concrete Pavers

This just in: a driveway material you don’t have to feel guilty about.<p>Choosing paving material for a driveway can be a difficult choice, and not just …

DIY Patio Planter: Dark and Stormy Shades

Here’s a hardy mix of dark and moody perennials and grasses that needs little water and makes a dramatic statement at an entryway.<p>Photographs by …

Spectacular Children’s App Toca Doctor Is Now Free

Toca Boca, developer of a number of wonderful children’s apps, has just made one of its top titles free in the App Store. As the name suggests, Toca …

TheiPhoneAppReview.com

There are a few reasons why I use an Android phone instead of an iPhone. Notably, price has a large part in the matter. But outside of my own desires …

TheiPhoneAppReview.com

<b>Price: Free<br>Rating: <br>Salvation<br>Android Game Review by AndroidAppsReview.com</b><p>Reviewed by Arshdeep Singh<p>Arcade and action games have always been a great …

Landscape Architect Visit: Scott Lewis Turns A Small SF Backyard Into an Urban Oasis

“We had this idea of making a green cube in the back of the garden,” says San Francisco-based landscape architect Scott Lewis. And as you can see, it …

Before and After: 5 Favorite Garden Rehabs

We know the landscape architect and designer members of our Architect/Designer Directory are talented, but nothing drives the point home like a good …

The New English Garden, by Tim Richardson

Tim Richardson is Britain’s leading garden thinker, contributing to every garden journal of note and directing the Chelsea Fringe Festival when not …

Architects’ Secrets: The Best Plants to Grow Beneath a Tree

A large tree by the house is a privilege to have, its moving branches filtering light through the windows. But trees make some of us nervous: is it …

The Landscape Designer Is In: Playing Matchmaker Between a House and its Site

Modern houses plunked down in dramatic, often inhospitable settings are the eye candy of countless architecture blogs and books. But all that craggy …

10 Easy Pieces: Landscape Up-Lights

Put your garden’s best features into focus with landscape up-lighting. We’ve rounded up a collection of pole and surface mount up-lights perfect for …

Framed and Foraged: DIY Wall Hangings

If you’re walking the beaches of coastal Oregon town Lincoln City, you might spot Kinfolk’s founding editor Nathan Williams foraging for sea coral, …

Thorny problems: do I need mulches, manures and fertilisers?

Our gardening agony aunt answers your queries. This week: box in containers, renovating a spinea and dealing with slippery decking<p><b>Pat</b> (no surname supplied) realises she must do something to her tired-looking borders, but confesses to being confused about mulches, manures and fertilisers. Does she …

Gardens: the final winter cut

A last careful winter pruning session sets your garden up nicely for the flowering season – and for years to come<p>I have just been out into the wet to look over the pruning in the studio garden. The spring-flowering clematis already have their buds visible, reminding me that I need to make way for a …

5 Favorites: Stylish Rain Barrels

A drought in California has us carefully considering the ways that we’re planning to approach our gardening this spring and summer. In addition to …