Between the warmer weather and the nighttime cookouts, spring is a constant struggle between wanting to spend time outside and wanting to protect yourself from pesky bugs.
Get crafty with one of these easy DIY Projects. Perfect for long weekends and lazy afternoons.
Concrete and cement-look DIY projects surfaced early as hot topics at over at TheSnug.com, our new DIY content hub. Here are some of the most popular ideas we've featured!
What's hot right now? Space-saving barn doors that don't break the bank. Get the look with a little help from DIYers who have been there, done that.
Now that your gardening work is paying off and all that patio furniture is cleaned up and back in place, your outdoor areas are just about done. What are you still missing? Well, here are nine gorgeous garden details and plants that you might want to think about adding.
If you think summer is a season to let your hair down and be done, think again. Girls are getting elaborate and bringing braids and buns to a whole new level.
There is nothing more frustrating to me as a wedding planner than a client not taking my advice. As the expert, when giving a suggestion or advice, I back everything up with stories from previous clients who didn't listen.
You don't need a ton of space to give your green thumb some exercise! Get growing with these small-space (read: apartment-friendly!) herb garden solutions.
If you think there isn't room in your life for a garden, think again! Where there's a wall, there's a way! The editors over at our little-sister site, The Snug, have gathered the best indoor and outdoor living wall ideas on the Web. Here are a few favorites.
Whether you're an expert builder or you've never touched a screwdriver in your life, these inspiring home upgrades will have you planning, measuring, cutting and hammering away in no time. Updating your home decor is fun, but it's even more fun when you're saving money.
Here are some of the top DIY chicken coops on the Web, handpicked by the pros. Get inspired to build a backyard coop of your very own.
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This little side table is super easy and super cheap to make with stock lumber and a bag of concrete. Jamison, the Rogue Engineer, has broken it down for you and provided a free plan. You'll be setting drinks on your new table by the end of the weekend.
By: Mady Dahlstrom, Content Editor for Porch.com From your backyard to your local home improvement store, wood crates, containers, and pallets can be...
If you've got an afternoon, a power drill, and a resilient spirit that's not afraid of gluing your fingers together, you can tackle these 10 projects and start boozing like a pro.