Monthly Archives: September 2012

8 Knockout Flowers for a Fall Container Garden

Fall is approaching fast here in Georgia.  We are all getting our homes and yards ready for the long sleep of winter.  Before we do though there is a way a to get the last little bit of color out of them.  Here is a little bit of help from Kim Gamel about how to […]

Quick Fix: How to Patch a Drywall Hole

Quick Fix: How to Patch a Drywall Hole Dents and dings disappear, leaving your walls looking brand new, with this fix that even a novice can do Follow Meg Padgett Meg is a budget-minded DIY lifestyle blogger at Revamp Homegoods (…. More »   Homes, even beautifully designed ones, receive their fair share of abuse over […]

How to Read a Floor Plan

Looking at house plans is almost second nature to some of us.  I grew up with one grandfather who built houses, one who milled lumber for house, and a dad who owned a lumberyard supplying material to builders and DIY’ers.  But this material can be like looking at hieroglyphics to some.  When I found this […]