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The measurements and pieces you will need to build a copper garden trellis
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illustrated copper pipe trellis
Instructions for How to Build a Copper Trellis
How to Build a Copper Trellis
Use factory-made lattice panels to simplify construction of a backyard privacy screen
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Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Build an Outdoor Privacy Screen
How to Build an Outdoor Privacy Screen
Here's our overview diagram of how to build a garden gate. Size your gate to the width of your path, allowing room for the postholes on either side. Our gate is unusually wide, at four feet, but you can easily adapt the cut list to a narrower size by adjusting the width of the horizontal pieces.
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This Old House How to Build a Garden Gate Get two stout posts and some stock cedar, and you've got the makings of a quaint entrance to any path
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How to Build a Garden Gate
How to Build a Living Wall Vertical Garden
In this garden plan, sandstone paths loop through the 30-by-40-foot area, defining beds of cottage-style plantings and widening into a patio. The fence, arbors, and pergola offer ample privacy, while the roses that cover them add color and fragrance.
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Good use of looping paths in this small (30' x 40') cottage rose garden.
cottage garden diagram after reader remodel contest 2013 In "Corky's jungle," as a friend likes to call it, sandstone paths loop through the 30-by-40-foot garden, defining beds of cottage-style plantings and widening into a patio. The fence, arbors, and pergola offer ample privacy, while the roses that cover them add color and fragrance.
The Garden Plan | From Blah Lawn to Backyard Rose Garden Paradise | This Old House Mobile
From Blah Lawn to Backyard Rose Garden Paradise
These are the parts you'll need to build a shelf 39 inches wide by 17¾ inches high by 10 inches deep
illustration showing all the different parts needed to build a wall-mounted cubby shelf
How to Build a Wall Cubby Shelf
What you need to edge a garden bed with bricks
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illustration of how to edge a garden bed with brick pavers
Overview | How to Edge a Garden Bed With Brick | This Old House
How to Edge a Garden Bed With Brick
Anatomy of a tin tile ceiling: A metal ceiling is actually a system of closely matched components. | Field Panels: Cover the center of the ceiling. | Filler: Creates a low-profile border around field panels. | Cornice: Marks the transition from ceiling to wall.
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Tin Ceiling Diagram: tin ceiling broken down into common elements
All About Tin Ceilings
Permanent roots anchor a tree to the ground, while temporary feeder roots carry water and nutrients to limbs, branches, and leaves. At maturity, a well-shaped tree has a balanced canopy and a single strong leader. | Illustration: Rodica Prato
All About Shade Trees
As with any stone, soapstone needs a lot of support underneath it—the more surface area it rests on, the better. Gaps and voids underneath one section could put undue stress on the stone. So the first task in any soapstone countertop installation is lining up the cabinets so all the tops are even and the stone can lay flat without rocking.
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How to install soapstone / slate countertop
DIY ~ Step-by-Step Soapstone Installation
How to install a soapstone counter top
How to Install a Soapstone Countertop
In tufted carpeting, yarn is machine-punched through a backing (usually polypropylene) to create rows of loops, which are snipped or kept intact, depending on the style. A second backing (usually polypropylene) is glued on for stability. | Illustration: Joe McKendry
All About Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
The parts you'll need to build your own butcher-block island
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Kitchen island design.
Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Build a Butcher-Block Island
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How to build a butcher block island
How to Build a Butcher-Block Island
How to select and care for a front door that's right for your home's style—and your budget. | Photo: Thomas Northcut/Getty Images
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Anatomy of a wood door
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For security, order hurricane-rated glass, with an unbreakable inner layer of plastic
Wood Entry Door Maintenance
All About Wood Entry Doors
The industrial-look base of this dining table is made from ¾-inch gas pipe and coordinating elbows, tees, and flanges, all from the home center.
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Illustration: Douglas Adams | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Build a Table from Salvaged Beams
#DIY Salvaged Beams Dining Table
How to Build a Table from Salvaged Beams
This is how a pellet stove works. Pellets are automatically fed from a storage hopper into a burn pot, creating a constant flame that needs no tending. | Illustration: Joe McKendry
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Pellet Stoves: How They Work | All About Pellet Stoves | This Old House Mobile
All About Pellet Stoves
We designed this rolling ladder to reach an 8 1/2-foot-tall shelf (on a 10-foot-high bookcase) in the climbing position. | Illustration: Gregory Nemec
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Illustration: Gregory Nemec | thisoldhouse.com | from How to Build a Rolling Library Ladder
DIY Library Ladder
How to Build a Rolling Library Ladder
Vent-free units have no flue, so they can be installed anywhere—even hung on a wall like a flat-screen TV. They're up to 99 percent efficient because all their heat stays in the room—as do all the pollutants. | Illustration: Rodica Prato
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All About Gas Fireplaces
A gas fireplace doesn't produce smoke or odors, but its flames do create pollutants, such as carbon monoxide and nitrogen and sulfur oxides. Vented fireplaces send these emissions outside, while vent-free ones direct them into your living quarters. | Illustration: Rodica Prato
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Anatomy of a vented gas fireplace--the safest, most efficient venting method. | Illustration: Rodica Prata | thisoldhouse.com. Choose a fully enclosed insert if you're putting in a gas fireplace, sends warm air into the house $2000.
from This Old House: Gas Fireplace...a cross-section illustration of a VENTED gas fireplace
All About Gas Fireplaces
A combo of both cut and loop carpet piles, the variation in texture creates a pattern on the surface that helps disguise wear and dirt, so it's a good choice for high-traffic rooms. The pile can be of the same height, or a mix of high and low to create more visual interest. | Illustration: Joe McKendry
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All About Wall-to-Wall Carpeting
Before you buy, get familiar garage-door speak and know what to look for.
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All About Garage Doors
Everything you will need to build and hang a sliding barn door | Illustration: Gregory Nemec
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How to build a sliding door
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How to Build a Sliding Barn Door
The math is simple: Figure the square footage of the space you wish to plant, then use our chart to determine the quantity of a specific bulb you'll need per square foot. Adjust quantities based on the size of your bulbs. Generally, top-size tulip bulbs are 12cm or larger in circumference; daffodils at least 16cm. So, for example, to plant a 10-square-foot bed with large tulip bulbs, multiply 10 × 6 for a total of 60 bulbs. Think of it as A (area) × B (bulbs) = C (color). |
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Tips for Getting the Most Out of Flower Bulbs
What you will need to construct a coffered ceiling | Illustration: Joe McKendry
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How to Coffer a Ceiling | 12 DIY Projects to Add Old-House Charm | This Old House
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I want coffered ceilings in living and dining rooms.
For bedroom ceiling
12 DIY projects to add old house charm
How to coffer a ceiling. | Illustration: Joe McKendry | thisoldhouse.com For music room.
12 DIY Projects to Add Old-House Charm
The basic parts of a mortared-stone wall. Components can vary for other wall types. | Drainage stone: Keeps water from collecting behind the wall | Filter fabric: Prevents soil from clogging drainage stone | Batter: The backward lean into the earth, about 1 inch for every 1 foot of wall height | Weep hole: Spaced every 6 to 8 feet, it lets water drain through the wall base | Footing: Reinforced concrete supports the wall | Footing drain: Carries away water