Looking for simple, easy fall decor? Try these fall succulent planters! A simple, inexpensive styrofoam core pumpkin vase makes for beautiful DIY fall decor. Click for the tutorial and tips to make them beautiful.
These porch-step containers begin with bright pink and yellow zinnias. Cooler “filler” flowers, such as purple verbenas and blue calibrachoas are added to create contrast with texture and color. Opt for inexpensive plastic planters that are weatherproof and easy to move around. Grouping them in a tight space creates a homey, mini-garden vibe. Plus, when placed side by side, all of the colors intensify.
We love to use inexpensive Majesty palms everywhere—in rooms that need a little life and on patios and porches. It makes a gorgeous “thriller” plant in a big outdoor container—with showy Tropic Escape mandevilla and hibiscus surrounding its base. Botanic name: Ravenea rivularis Care tip: Majesty palms like moist soil, but don’t allow them to dry out or sit in water. http://www.costafarms.com/Public/PlantLibraryView.aspx?Id=47
You might recognize this wonderful backyard playhouse from Joni Lay of Lay Baby Lay. What's new is the addition of mulch landscaping and flowers... and more additions to this ongoing backyard makeover. See it on The Home Depot Blog. || @laybabylay
holly | our faux farmhouse on Instagram: “Many of you have asked about the inside of the playhouse-here it is! Brad-the-Builder and I had SO much fun designing it! . My eye always goes to the ceiling first. I love the white baby beams and pallet wood inlay. Brad surprised me with the inlay. It was one of those "trust me" moments and I'm so glad I did. It's also on the underside of the loft and on the underside of the porch awning. This is the same wood we used to make the fa...