Here we have a sturdy bottle opener made from solid hard wood. It attaches directly to the wall for convenient bottle opening, and doubles as a lovely piece of handcrafted decor. Each wall-mounted bottle opener is simply screen-printed with "Drink Local" and a state silhouette of your choice in white. If there's a better reason than beer to support local, we haven't heard it. Nor do we want to.
7 Cute DIY Coffee Bars - Holly Jo's Coffee
If your coffee obsession has escalated the point where you need a designated coffee bar-drinking station filled with all your coffee gadgetry and accessories, you’re in the right place. Surely one of these coffee bars will peak your interest, and make … Read More
Adventures in Decorating
Okay, as much as I'm *not* a fan of rainy days, it's getting rid of our pollen, which has taken over ev.er.ee.thing! I'd show you a picture of our screened in porch, COVERED in yellow *snow,* but it's so thick, you'd probably come down with a sinus infection just looking at it! So, bring on the rain! Just a few pics of our mantel decked out for Spring ... I'm on the hunt for a fun wood vintage sign to take the place of the "Les Fleurs" print: Vase from Tuesday Morning filled with real…
Clever Basement Bar Ideas: Making Your Basement Bar Shine
Basements are notorious for being dark little caves of a space. While this is not the case with every basement, it can be a challenge for many of us basement owners to overcome. One fantastic strategy to create a more inviting basement area is to install a basement bar. But even that requires some creativity...
The Easiest, Cheapest Way To Make a Pour Spout For a Mason Jar
You know that small metal spout on the top of a box of Morton Salt? After you read today’s tip, you may never look at it the same way again. Why? Because that salt spout is about to become something infinitely more clever… … a pour spout for ye ol’ mason jar! Turns out the top of a Morton Salt box fits perfectly within the lid of a normal (not wide-mouth) mason jar.