Garden forks may or may not be a must-have tool for you, depending on what your grow and how you garden. The digging fork is shorter and has thicker, straight tines. It’s used for digging things like potatoes, garlic, yams, canna rhizomes or dahlia tubers. It allows you to loosen and lift soil while (hopefully) not stabbing the item you’re digging. A curved manure or pitchfork is the handiest tool for moving a bulk delivery of shredded bark mulch. No other tool grabs and lifts mulch quite as easily as a pitchfork. On either of these forks, more tines equates to a heavier tool weight and lifting a heavier load.
Create a conversation starter by repurposing a fork as a napkin ring. All that’s required to do this is to bend the fork backwards onto itself, creating a small curve to keep the head of the fork held upright.
A center medallion and inset stripes dress up the ceiling of this small but style-packed transitional home office. Bold, ocean-hued walls are tamed by off-white furnishings and textiles. A shagreen leather desk with nail-head trim pairs well with a painted Chippendale chair.
Pale wood accents and colorful accessories give the family room a decidedly contemporary feel. An oversized sectional outfitted with throw pillows and a striped throw create a cozy spot for movie nights.
With the addition of a new kitchen, the space is highly suitable for large family gatherings. The new structure was designed to not detract from the existing space––but to seamlessly transition from old to new. With thoughtful selection of finishes and materials, the designers were conscious of the overall aesthetic of modern seaside living.
With a grand addition to this seaside kitchen, the space is now suitable for entertaining and large family gatherings. The new structure is designed to seamlessly transition from old to new. With thoughtful selection of finishes and materials, the designers were conscious of the overall aesthetic of modern seaside living.
This small powder room off of the entryway features an accent wall outfitted with carved stone tiles in a wave pattern. A pedestal sink makes the most of the small space while opening up the room visually.
A shagreen leather desk with snappy nail-head trim blends style with function in this cozy transitional home office. The fabric of a painterly pillow inspired the room’s colorful palette, including the gold-banded draperies and ocean-hued walls. A Chippendale chair gets new life with white paint and fun animal-print upholstery.
This small neutral powder room off of the entryway features an accent wall outfitted with carved stone tiles in a wave pattern. Various levels of lighting accentuate the texture further in the transitional space.
This stylish girl's neutral transitional bedroom features an addition of trellis wallpaper and simple woven rugs. Additional accents include a honeycomb unit and single wall shelf for displaying books and knickknacks. The space also includes a ton of personality with framed pieces of the girls' personal artwork.