Month: January 2017

Patio Furniture For Sale Near Me

Patio Furniture For Sale Near Me

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Master Bedroom Design

Master Bedroom Design

Look to your favorite stars for some of the most inspiring master bedrooms under the stars — from pale and peaceful to bright and exotic. View Gallery 31 Photos 1 of 31 2 of 31 3 of 31 4 of 31 5 of 31 6 […]

Fire Pit Patio

Fire Pit Patio

Next Up 30 Cool Fire Pit Ideas 30 Photos Large Fire Pit Design Ideas How big a fire pit do you need? Learn tips for selecting and finessing fire pit size, along with practical design ideas. Fire Pit Design Ideas & Options Take your outdoor living spaces to a whole new level by adding an outdoor fire pit. Discover design tips and ideas you can use. Cinder Block Fire Pits Design Ideas Learn how to build a basic cinder block fire pit for minimal investment—of time or money. Outdoor Fire Pits and Fire Pit Safety A fire pit can add ambiance to a cool outdoor evening, and you can get one for less than you think. Outdoor Fire Pit Designs Learn about your design options for an outdoor fire pit. How to Make a Backyard Fire Pit Create a cozy space for outdoor entertaining with a stone fire pit. Fire Pits for Decks Fire pits and decks are not always ideal partners. Learn what you need to do in order to use a fire pit safely on your deck. Fire Pit Burners Unravel the mystery of fire pit burners with our back-to-basics guide, complete with practical tips for gas-fueled fire pits. Copper Fire Pits Learn about copper fire pits and explore the possibilities for these stylish outdoor features.
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30 Cool Fire Pit Ideas 30 Photos Large Fire Pit Design Ideas How big a fire pit do you need? Learn tips for selecting and finessing fire pit size, along with practical design ideas. Fire Pit Design Ideas & Options Take your outdoor living spaces to a whole new level by adding an outdoor fire pit. Discover design tips and ideas you can use. Cinder Block Fire Pits Design Ideas Learn how to build a basic cinder block fire pit for minimal investment—of time or money. Outdoor Fire Pits and Fire Pit Safety A fire pit can add ambiance to a cool outdoor evening, and you can get one for less than you think. Outdoor Fire Pit Designs Learn about your design options for an outdoor fire pit. How to Make a Backyard Fire Pit Create a cozy space for outdoor entertaining with a stone fire pit. Fire Pits for Decks Fire pits and decks are not always ideal partners. Learn what you need to do in order to use a fire pit safely on your deck. Fire Pit Burners Unravel the mystery of fire pit burners with our back-to-basics guide, complete with practical tips for gas-fueled fire pits. Copper Fire Pits Learn about copper fire pits and explore the possibilities for these stylish outdoor features.
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In this video, This Old House landscape contractor Roger Cook builds beautiful circular patio that features a chill-chasing fire pit. Steps: 1. Remove grass from the patio area using a shovel or gas-powered turf cutter. 2. Spread about 2 inches of crushed stone mixed with sand over the area, then smooth it out with a rake. 3. Have a helper hold the end of a tape measure in the center of the patio area. Extend the tape out to the desired patio radius, then use line-marking spray paint to mark the outline of the circular patio onto the ground. 4. Use a transit to set two aluminum screed rails into the stone-and-sand base. Tap down the screeds with a rubber mallet. Be sure that both screed rails slope 1½ inches across their length; that’ll ensure the patio will drain rainwater. 5. With the screed rails in place, use a long screed to scrape the sand level with the screed rails. 6. Pull out the screed rails and fill the voids with stone-and-sand mixture. 7. Start the patio by setting the center concrete paver in the very middle of patio. 8. Next, set the first row of patio blocks around the center paver. 9. Continue setting pavers radiating out from the center. Use a rubber mallet to tap the pavers tightly together. 10. At the outside perimeter edge of the patio, create a contrasting border by setting one circular row of light-colored pavers. 11. Hold the pavers in place by installing flexible plastic edging around the perimeter of the patio. Secure the edging with 8-inch galvanized spikes. 12. Layout the first course of pavers for the fire pit in the center of the patio. 13. Then, remove one circular row of patio pavers, and set the first course of fire-pit pavers down onto the stone-and-sand base. Use the rubber mallet to tap the pavers level and even. 14. Continue setting fire-pit pavers, making sure you overlap the joints from one course to the next. 15. Pour a thick layer of polymeric sand over the patio surface, then use a push broom to sweep the sand into the paver joints. 16. Run a gas-powered plate compactor over the patio surface to drive the sand deep into the joints. 17. Next, set concrete pavers along one portion of the patio to form a curved seating wall. Overlap paver joints and use concrete adhesive to hold the pavers in place. 18. Use pavers to build two columns, one at each end of the seating wall. Stack the pavers, using concrete adhesive to hold them together. 19. Apply a thick bead of concrete adhesive to the top course of pavers, then set a decorative stone cap on top of each column.
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Steps: 1. Remove grass from the patio area using a shovel or gas-powered turf cutter. 2. Spread about 2 inches of crushed stone mixed with sand over the area, then smooth it out with a rake. 3. Have a helper hold the end of a tape measure in the center of the patio area. Extend the tape out to the desired patio radius, then use line-marking spray paint to mark the outline of the circular patio onto the ground. 4. Use a transit to set two aluminum screed rails into the stone-and-sand base. Tap down the screeds with a rubber mallet. Be sure that both screed rails slope 1½ inches across their length; that’ll ensure the patio will drain rainwater. 5. With the screed rails in place, use a long screed to scrape the sand level with the screed rails. 6. Pull out the screed rails and fill the voids with stone-and-sand mixture. 7. Start the patio by setting the center concrete paver in the very middle of patio. 8. Next, set the first row of patio blocks around the center paver. 9. Continue setting pavers radiating out from the center. Use a rubber mallet to tap the pavers tightly together. 10. At the outside perimeter edge of the patio, create a contrasting border by setting one circular row of light-colored pavers. 11. Hold the pavers in place by installing flexible plastic edging around the perimeter of the patio. Secure the edging with 8-inch galvanized spikes. 12. Layout the first course of pavers for the fire pit in the center of the patio. 13. Then, remove one circular row of patio pavers, and set the first course of fire-pit pavers down onto the stone-and-sand base. Use the rubber mallet to tap the pavers level and even. 14. Continue setting fire-pit pavers, making sure you overlap the joints from one course to the next. 15. Pour a thick layer of polymeric sand over the patio surface, then use a push broom to sweep the sand into the paver joints. 16. Run a gas-powered plate compactor over the patio surface to drive the sand deep into the joints. 17. Next, set concrete pavers along one portion of the patio to form a curved seating wall. Overlap paver joints and use concrete adhesive to hold the pavers in place. 18. Use pavers to build two columns, one at each end of the seating wall. Stack the pavers, using concrete adhesive to hold them together. 19. Apply a thick bead of concrete adhesive to the top course of pavers, then set a decorative stone cap on top of each column.

Stay Comfortable Year-Round With Fire Pits and Patio Heaters From Lowe’s There’s something magical about sitting around a fire. Do it safely and stylishly with outdoor heating and accessories from Lowe’s. We have a wide selection of fire pits and accessories, outdoor fireplaces, gas patio heaters and chimineas to add ambiance to your outdoor space. Bring a spark to your evening with outdoor propane fireplaces, an electric fire pit, outdoor fireplace kits and fire starters. Want to bring the party to the patio? Choose from natural gas patio heaters, gas patio fire pits and propane patio fire pits. Want to forfeit the flames? Explore our electric patio heaters, and enjoy a different kind of heat.
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There’s something magical about sitting around a fire. Do it safely and stylishly with outdoor heating and accessories from Lowe’s. We have a wide selection of fire pits and accessories, outdoor fireplaces, gas patio heaters and chimineas to add ambiance to your outdoor space. Bring a spark to your evening with outdoor propane fireplaces, an electric fire pit, outdoor fireplace kits and fire starters. Want to bring the party to the patio? Choose from natural gas patio heaters, gas patio fire pits and propane patio fire pits. Want to forfeit the flames? Explore our electric patio heaters, and enjoy a different kind of heat.

Patio Furniture Layout

Patio Furniture Layout

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Office Max Chairs

Office Max Chairs

You get a lot done during the course of your day, and we know you want durable, versatile chairs to support you through all of it. Whether you're typing up a report at your desk, socializing with friends or just relaxing, you need seating options […]

Organize Kids Room

Organize Kids Room

Hanging Bedside OrganizerThis little fabric organizer is pure genius! It’s quick and very easy to make, and it simply slips in between the mattress and the actual bed frame. You can adjust the pocket quantity and sizes to hold whatever your kids like to keep close – books, teddies, gaming devices, you name it. And the non-skid pad will ensure that it never slips out from the weight. No mess, no fuss! The organizer on photo is for sale on Higgos, and the pattern and instructions are available Sewmamasew.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – SewmamasewVideo Game StorageFor Wii games, CDs, DVDs and other disc type games, you can build a great storage unit for them that is hidden away, out of sight. You’ll need a mat board, some vinyl, double backed tape, fabric, and a few other key supplies. The storage is hidden on the inside of a cabinet or entertainment center door so you never see it unless it’s open. By creating individual holders, you can keep games and other discs safe while still having a great place to keep them all organized. Plus, this project takes just a couple of hours and if you have a few supplies on hand, it won’t cost much if anything at all.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – InfarrantlycreativeVintage CratesYou can create adorable storage carts from old pallets. If you have a lumber yard or similar business near you, you may be able to get the pallets for nothing so the cost of this one is very little. It may take a couple of hours but you’ll end up with wonderful toy boxes or storage containers for blankets or anything else the kids have thrown around in their rooms. Plus, you can add wheels to the bottom so you can easily move the crates around, which makes picking up toys after playtime really fun.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Ana-whiteClear Toy Storage BagsThese bags are so neat and they are really easy to make. They have a drawstring closure and they are completely see-thru so kids can tell which toys go into which bag. You’ll need some fabric, thick clear vinyl, a drawstring cord and fusible interfacing. You have to sew a little but the great thing is that you can make as many bags as you need and you can do them in a bunch of different sizes so they’re perfect for every single toy. The bags make it really easy to move toys from one room to another or for outside play as well.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Makeit-loveitOrganized Lego StorageAh, Legos. Every little boy loves Legos. Moms however, not so much, especially when those Legos end up all over the floor. If you’ve ever stepped on one of those little buggers barefoot then you know just how great this Lego storage project is. If your little one (or your big one) has a lot of Legos, this project helps you to organize them by color so they always know where each color that they need is located. Plus, it keeps them all neatly put away so that they’re not attacking your bare feet when you least expect it.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – IheartorganizingStuffed Animal SwingHanging storage for stuffed animals is great but those nets that you stick up in the corner can be a little boring. They can also look very untidy when they are stuffed to the gills with animals. This swing is a much neater idea and one that is so easy to make you’ll probably want a couple, especially if you have loads of stuffed animals to put away. You need a bit of hobby wood, a clothesline, and some hooks. You simply create swings for all of the animals to sit on and then hang on the wall or from the ceiling.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – ItsalwaysautumnTube CubbiesOh how we absolutely adore projects that are free. These tube cubbies are made from empty toilet paper rolls so they don’t cost anything – aside from the initial toilet paper purchase, that is. You simply put them together and create a little garage for all of those Matchbox cars. For girls, you could use these to store Barbie dolls or any number of other little toys. Just glue the tubes together and then place the “garage” on a dresser when finished. He will have a blast putting his cars away in his little tube garage.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – SpoonfulRolling Toy StorageToy storage under the bed is great because it’s close enough to the floor for little ones to reach plus it keeps that mess off the floor and out of sight. This rolling storage box is perfect for organizing toys and is really easy to make. It’s on wheels so kids will have no problem getting to their toys and you can paint labels on the front of each drawer if you want to really get things organized. This is a great project if you have dresser drawers that are missing the fronts or just any type of drawer that you no longer need. Just add a coat of paint and some wheels and you’re all set.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – LizoncallQuick and Easy Book StorageIf your kids have quite a few books and you don’t really have anywhere to store them, this book storage project is perfect. You just need a few Ikea spice racks, which are around $4 each. Or, you could use cheaper spice racks if you can find them. Just put the spice racks up on the wall or a door, wherever the little ones can reach them and add the books. Not only does it provide great organization, it helps your little ones to be able to find and reach their books so they will want to play with them more often.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – DomesticsimplicityCrafty CanistersOld coffee cans (well, they’re not really cans so much as plastic containers now) make wonderful canisters. You can store things like crayons, Matchbox cars, doll clothes, and just any number of smaller items in them and completely organize playrooms and bedrooms. The great part about this project is you can print off labels to go on the coffee cans so kids will be able to remember where everything goes. And, don’t worry that your little ones aren’t reading yet. The labels that you use are actually pictures of what goes into each can. This is a great organizing idea and a wonderful learning tool for toddlers.DIY Instructions and Project Credit – HeartofwisdomDress Up ClosetImagine a dress up closet that will hold all of your little one’s dress up clothes. Well, stop imagining and get to creating. This adorable little closet is made from an old dresser (just a small one) and it perfectly holds all of those dress up clothes and keeps them perfectly organized. You can keep dresses, shoes, hats or anything else you need in there. She’ll love being able to find her dress up stuff and you’ll love that there is a lot more room in the toy box when those things have a place of their own. Plus, it’s a really easy project and it’s just so adorable!DIY Instructions and Project Credit – Aturtleslifeforme
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Next Up How to Get Kids Organized 5 tips for teaching children to keep a clean room Top Tips for Organizing Children’s Rooms Look at the space, storage, furniture and possessions from a child’s vantage point and tailor organizing strategies to suit. Organizing Kids’ Closets Organizing kids’ clothing — and keeping it that way — is possible with these 10 closet organizing tips. Decluttering Kids’ Rooms Try these strategies to calm clutter and bring order to kids’ rooms. Teach Children to Clean What can parents do to create peace on the home front? Try these strategies to chill the chore wars. Green House Cleaning With Kids Meet the challenge of cleaning safely around children with these eco-friendly tips. Organizing a Bedroom Free your sanctuary of clutter with these pointers. Smart Storage for Kids’ Rooms Kids are natural collectors of toys, books and stuff. Learn storage and design tricks to cut the clutter. Project for Kids: Jarful of Imagination Create a fun jar to hold knick-knacks and art supplies. Organizing the Bedroom Bedroom organization requires sorting and cleaning to make your personal space a calming haven.
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How to Get Kids Organized 5 tips for teaching children to keep a clean room Top Tips for Organizing Children’s Rooms Look at the space, storage, furniture and possessions from a child’s vantage point and tailor organizing strategies to suit. Organizing Kids’ Closets Organizing kids’ clothing — and keeping it that way — is possible with these 10 closet organizing tips. Decluttering Kids’ Rooms Try these strategies to calm clutter and bring order to kids’ rooms. Teach Children to Clean What can parents do to create peace on the home front? Try these strategies to chill the chore wars. Green House Cleaning With Kids Meet the challenge of cleaning safely around children with these eco-friendly tips. Organizing a Bedroom Free your sanctuary of clutter with these pointers. Smart Storage for Kids’ Rooms Kids are natural collectors of toys, books and stuff. Learn storage and design tricks to cut the clutter. Project for Kids: Jarful of Imagination Create a fun jar to hold knick-knacks and art supplies. Organizing the Bedroom Bedroom organization requires sorting and cleaning to make your personal space a calming haven.

Garage Door Installers

Garage Door Installers

Garage Door Services XLS Garage Door We specialize in everything related to garage doors. Whether you need a garage door repair or installation, you can always expect prompt and expert service. We use the highest-quality parts and ensure that you will be completely satisfied with […]

Office Chairs Houston

Office Chairs Houston

Office Chairs Are An Important Decision The office chairs you select for your organization can impact productivity, employee health, company image and can significantly reduce maintenance and replacement costs in the future. In the realm of office chairs, there is no “one right solution”. Our […]

Patio Heaters For Sale

Patio Heaters For Sale

Patio Heater Buying Info It is easy to love the outdoors, yet cold weather can be a deterrent. You aren’t restricted to staying indoors when you own a patio heater. Outdoor heaters are a convenient way to defeat the cold and enjoy the ambiance of the outdoors. Do you have a patio set that you regularly use to entertain family members and friends? Are you unable to entertain during cold weather season? Patio heaters can dramatically increase the temperatures so you can continue to enjoy the outdoors. Do you have a ‘drafty’ room in the house? Do you spend a lot of time in the basement, but the heating system in your house doesn’t seem to heat the room to optimal temperatures? A portable electric heater can alleviate this problem. Have you decorated your porch with comfortable rocking chairs, wood benches, and gliders? You may want to ‘extend’ your use of them into the late fall and early winter months. In addition, you may desire to start spring a little early. Implement a patio heater onto your porch to enjoy sitting outside. Are you a business owner with an outdoor area? Perhaps your patrons would like to sit outside rather than be confined indoors. Purchase a number of patio heaters, so your clients can spend time outdoors. If this is an option your competitors do not provide, you just may find yourself serving as host to a number of new customers. Sam’s Club offers different varieties of portable heaters. You can purchase large space heaters to stand alone or you can buy smaller heaters to place on table tops or outside fixtures. Do you have a large yard or patio? You may find it beneficial to purchase several heaters to arrange around a desired perimeter to ensure maximum warmth.

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Wall Wine Holder

Wall Wine Holder

Wine Racks & Cabinets Wine storage can be functional or fashionable; if you entertain frequently, enjoy collecting wine or simply want to display your wine in your home, there are many stylish solutions designed to suit décor styles from traditional to contemporary. Browse and compare […]