Are you planning a big Christmas party and would you like to invite the whole family and friends to your home? Remember to style one or more bar carts to make your party perfect. How do I decorate it to give the room a festive feel?
Enjoy rocking evergreen garlands and wreaths on a bar cart and decorating them with lights and pine cones. Attach a small green bouquet to the corner of your car with a bow and voila – your decor is ready. Combine evergreens with plaid for a traditional Christmas look or add a fun and moody fake deer head over the bar cart.
Add Christmas decorations, pine cones, gifts and gift boxes, colorful garlands and signs, make wreaths of ornaments and place different figures. Also use groceries as decor, serve sugared cranberries and biscuits to make the cart more Christmassy. You can add and combine different holiday elements to make your bar cart very cool.
Spending time outdoors is breathtaking! We all strive for some sunlight, fresh air and the beauty of the flowers there. Our kids also love to play outdoors and you can inspire them to build a cool tree house outside.
A tree house can be a magical hideaway, fortress or game target for almost every child, and a fun project for every adult. Building a tree house takes careful planning and construction, but your hard work will pay off. If you give your dream tree house the care and attention it deserves, you can build a wooden sanctuary that you will enjoy for years to come.
This tree house is a cool project: what better way to hang out with the kids than immerse yourself in a backyard building? This tree house is built in a single tree and provides a dramatic backdrop for the structure. As with most treehouses with a tree, this design wraps around the trunk, but unlike the kauri design, the trunk runs inside the treehouse itself. This helps enhance the experience of standing in a tree and makes it an unusual one Main focus in a playhouse or office.
In this project you will learn how to build a tree house with a tower in your garden. There are some free plans out there and you will easily realize this cool space for your kids.
Tree houses are for everyone with a fantasy. Hone your building skills with these treehouse building tips from experienced builders, including fastening techniques, site selection, assembly techniques, design ideas, and more.
Building a tree house is not that simple and you should consider many factors. For example, when creating your design, don't forget to plan for tree growth. Leave enough space around the trunk of the tree for the tree to grow. It is worth doing some research on your specific tree species to determine its rate of growth. Read the next few tips to help create the perfect retreat.
Building a tree house is similar to any other construction project, with one key difference: instead of a foundation, a tree house rests on a platform. The platform should be sturdy enough so that whatever sits on it - gingerbread Victorian open-plan playhouse or, in my case, rustic cabin - doesn't get attached to the trunk. Read on for more tips and ideas for building your own home.
Instead of a normal tree fortress in the back yard, build a work of art that both kids and parents will love. Throw away those boring old plans for a tree house. This tree house has rounded walls and is hanging from a tree. A transparent roof lets in natural sunlight and with enough space to lie down and relax, parents can relax in this tree house.
This particular construction requires two or three trees (or branches) in close proximity. It was made from new, pressure treated wood for the support structure and floor over several weekends, and an old fence was recycled for the sides. Get inspired!
Do your kids love pirates? If you are an adventure lover you will love this pirate hideout too! This is not your typical pirate house, it is a cool retreat for the most adventurous kids!
This variant is free from direct attachment to trees, simple, sustainable and versatile - a box with a plywood frame and a set of wooden stilts. It can therefore be built and deconstructed as required, which also increases security compared to a tree-based version. Something based on these specs would be a great little flexible addition to a front or back lawn, garden or forest, with framed views of the front plexiglass facade and small operable clapper plywood window boxes on all sides.