Whether it’s a patio or a sitting area tucked away in the corner of your yard, a DIY paver patio can add visual interest and beauty to your landscape. In addition to their great look, they also have big advantages
If there are two things that we both enjoy more than any other – it’s spending time outdoors and cooking. For us, the opportunity to combine the two together with an inexpensive outdoor kitchen area at the farm is a dream come
Nothing can quite match the ambiance and beauty of a backyard fire pit. They perfect for gathering around with friends and family for great conversation. And, can also be used to create outstanding open-fire meals that are sure to leave your
Today is the 4th installment of 26 in our year-long series called “The Simple House Project.” Every 2 weeks, we publish an article or video covering the process from start to finish. From permits, plans, and construction of the exterior, to
Nothing seems to make a home more inviting than beautiful landscaping – but in spite of what most think, it doesn’t have to cost a small fortune to create your own personal outdoor paradise! Of all of the projects we have tackled since beginning
There is nothing quite like a few perfectly placed hanging baskets and potted plants to add a big splash of color to the landscape of your house, garden, patio or porch. When used in combination with the lush “greens” of ornamental
Fall. It’s like the best of times and worst of times. On one hand – the great temperatures and clear blue skies make it great to work long days without the tiring effects of the burning sun and sweltering heat.
Beyond getting to meet so many spectacular people – one of the most rewarding aspects of building our pergolas is knowing that they become a special place for people from all over to enjoy their own backyard space. I am
Our little farm is actually easy to miss as you drive by the main road. Nestled down in a small valley – and surrounded by some other barns, a couple houses and open land – it’s pretty easy to drive
Finally! Something that we are going to see. After the last few weeks of digging ditches and drains and a whole lot of work that only gets buried – we began to lay the brick for the barn pergola patio.