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diagonal path across a contempoary garden adamchristopherdesign.co.uk

diagonal path across a contempoary garden adamchristopherdesign.co.uk

cocktail // drink - Seriously, there is a challenge to be accepted here. I'm down!

cocktail // drink - Seriously, there is a challenge to be accepted here. I'm down!

Tutorial: mypatchofbluesky.com

Tutorial: mypatchofbluesky.com

Originales vasos hechos con botellas de vidrio. #Hazlotumismo #Botellasdevidrio #reciclaje

Originales vasos hechos con botellas de vidrio. #Hazlotumismo #Botellasdevidrio #reciclaje

Dios Mio! Plato de cristal con bisagras de una botella de licor - sería tan fácil de hacer! Es un frasco de regalos para el hombre de las cavernas

Dios Mio! Plato de cristal con bisagras de una botella de licor - sería tan fácil de hacer! Es un frasco de regalos para el hombre de las cavernas

Check out the tutorial: #DIY Solid Wood 3D Shelf @istandarddesign

Check out the tutorial: #DIY Solid Wood 3D Shelf @istandarddesign

Speakeasy Opens New Taproom Designed by Kelly Malone — The Bold Italic — San…

Speakeasy Opens New Taproom Designed by Kelly Malone — The Bold Italic — San…

30 incredible sandwich recipes for every day of the month

30 incredible sandwich recipes for every day of the month

Bamboo thrives in the bathroom. Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks. Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.

Bamboo thrives in the bathroom. Lucky bamboo needs very little light and should be placed in low, indirect light. It doesn’t even need any soil – simply pop the stalk into a container filled with pebbles and water. Change the water every two to four weeks. Be warned that this is a fast growing plant, but you can curtail its growth by providing a physical barrier (such as a recessed shelf) or by shaping it regularly.