The front entrance to your home is the first impression that your guests get of you and your home. You never get a second chance to make a good first impression, so start out right where it counts; at your front door. Here are some ways to put a welcoming look on your home's entrance:
Serious and amateur gardeners alike have needs for some structures in their gardens. Sure you can go out and buy what you need, but where's the fun in that? Scrap wood you have laying around might work perfectly well.
One easy project, a coldframe, can be built with bales of hay and scrap lumber.
The mere thought of a greenhouse puts a smile on many a face. Greenhouses mean warmth and green growing vegetables, herbs or flowers. Being in a greenhouse makes us want to just putter around and relax. Weâ€™re watching healthy plant life grow and itâ€™s very satisfying.
Gone are the days of the simple slab of cement forming the floor for your outdoor entertainment area. Sure, that chunk of cement does the job, but when you're trying to create an oasis, it just won't do. Here are some much more exciting options for a hard floor surface:
Youâ€™ve got it all just the way you want it; the perfect landscaping with an expanse of manicured lawn and precisely placed boulders, a spacious back deck with room for a seating area and dining. Everything about the exterior of your home is welcoming and inviting.