Sylvia Anderson Patios, 2018-09-06 15:25:42. 1) Light the way. The most basic part of the night patio is light. White Christmas string lights are a great solution, and there are also lots of unusual string lights, or bistro lights if you want something different. Don't forget candles, either, though you'll need tall candle holders to protect them from even a bit of breeze. You do not need so much light that you can read out on the patio, but you do want to be able to see well enough to recognize people, and to make sure your visitors can see where to walk safely. If your patio is at the end of a walkway, that means investing in some good solar path lights.
Lauren Chan Playroom, 2018-09-04 08:21:41. Keep Play Areas Safe for Your Kids. Make sure that any bookshelves, dressers, or desks are bolted on the wall to prevent them from falling on a climbing child. If possible, only use children's size furniture as too tall of furniture can be unsafe for younger children. Keep all small toys and art supplies up high where small children can't reach them.
Effie Carver Porch, 2018-09-02 01:39:24. My third front porch idea is all about entertaining on your porch. How about turning a nice wooden picnic table into a drink and appetizer buffet for your next porch party? I saw this idea in the book titled Perfect Porches.
Amie Knight Porch, 2018-09-05 15:22:21. The mirror was hung from chains and reflected the outdoors. Imagine hanging a mirror on your porch. Not just any mirror but one that has an attractive frame. What would it reflect? The trees in your front yard? Maybe some colorful hanging baskets hanging from your porch? A mirror is a beautiful accent you do not expect to see on a porch.
Jody Mcclain Playroom, 2018-09-05 15:22:08. Second Step is Choosing the Right Kid's Furniture for the Room. Now that you have a list of hobbies and things that match, it's time to consider your child's comfort. First, assess the room size. If it's large then you can create specific play stations around the room which is actually the best way to set-up a playroom to really encourage lots of playtime. If the room is a little smaller, be creative and create a few separate play areas combining several hobbies. In a larger space, make one corner dedicated to art, another to music, another to reading, another to puppet shows and entertaining and so on.
Phyllis Bryan Curtain, 2018-09-06 15:25:49. New styles turn your curtains into focal points in your decor. Asian curtains, for example, bring a touch of the Eastern culture into your house. Whether your decor is modern or classic, these beautifully designed curtains become as important in the balance of your living room or bedroom as a wall hanging or a piece of art. The White Bonzai Faux Silk Bamboo Design Rod Pocket Curtain, for example, has a feel of real silk, and depicts a design of bamboo. The overall effect is stunning.
Jackie Bryant Playroom, 2018-09-04 08:22:28. Keep Play Areas Safe for Your Kids. Make sure that any bookshelves, dressers, or desks are bolted on the wall to prevent them from falling on a climbing child. If possible, only use children's size furniture as too tall of furniture can be unsafe for younger children. Keep all small toys and art supplies up high where small children can't reach them.
Katharine Miranda Patios, 2018-09-07 15:03:15. Installing a roof type cover for your patio is a big commitment and of course much more expensive than buying an umbrella or awning. In many cities you will need to get a permit to build that roof patio cover as it is an extension of your house. Unfortunately, the government wants to be involved in everything we do so be sure to check that out before you spend thousands of dollars.
Katharine Miranda Playroom, 2018-09-03 06:52:21. Another important thing in a playroom is the toys. After all, what is a playroom without toys? So, when you search for toys, you should opt for the ones that are safe, funny and entertaining. Don't forget to look at some educational toys that develop your child's creativity. Those are very good as they expand the kid's imagination.
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