A private pergola on this Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., estate is illuminated at night, offering a place to enjoy the sunset. The pergola is surrounded by grapevines, a nod to California's winemaking culture.
A private pergola offers a spot to sip and enjoy wine while enjoying views of this Rancho Santa Fe, Calif., estate and surrounding yard. Just beyond the pergola are grapevines, a nod to California's winemaking culture.
Embrace a bit of the macabre with an iron shackle wreath. Search online or at local antique/thrift stores for authentic iron or steel shackles. Pick up a twig or grapevine wreath from the craft store, then wrap and drape the chain around it. Adorn the wreath with a faux black crow or raven for an added eerie touch.
Crushed beer can and bottle-top wreaths don't fit every situation, but they're right at home in a bachelor pad or man cave. To create, crush the cans into interesting shapes then use pliers or metal-cutting shears to create a hole in the back of each can. Poke picture wire through the holes, then fasten the cans tightly to a grapevine wreath form.