Decorating outdoors means catering to extremes.
Me: So I never have to take this lamp inside. Not even in a thunderstorm, snow, or an earthquake.
Marty: When we say “outdoor lamps,” we mean it. No maintenance. No games. Put it on your porch or patio, and forget it.
The Nags Head Hammocks guys are true outdoor furniture experts. They live and breathe the stuff every day, and it was a pleasure working with them as we refinished one of their popular bar stools.
When I was working on our Terraced Raised Bed Planter Project, I had really wanted to use recycled wood, but I couldn’t find any high quality pieces.
But if you’ve got some spare outdoor-safe wood, you can easily transform it into a sturdy raised garden bed. Reddit user /u/FindmeinMD used old planks from a wooden fence to do just that!
I had the privilege to work with two of Nags Head Hammocks’ outstanding outdoor aficionados this week: Michael and Alex. We’re refinishing a few chairs that have seen some serious use outdoors.
This photo went viral this morning, and at first, I wasn’t even sure what it was. Turns out, it’s essentially a plastic outdoor water bed that you can make for under $30. Apparently, kids love it.
Marty and I had a great time putting together this handy guide to cleaning your outdoor fabrics. With Spring in the air, you may find this guide helpful.