Not only does each Getaway camper come equipped with a mini-kitchen including sink, fridge, stovetop and cooking utensils, pots and pans, a decent selection of items like pasta and oatmeal will keep you and your crew from getting hangry if you forgot your vittles.
While quilts and blankets are best kept indoors most of the time, bring them out on breezy days or brisk evenings. They definitely inject farmhouse style to a porch, and they are an easy accessory to transport in and out of the house.
The glorious fall foliage of full moon maple (Acer shirasawanum) 'Autumn Moon' isn't this tree's only plus. In spring, the new leaves emerge red before turning the tree's summer color of light green tinged with a slight red-orange blush.
Neutral walls and bed linens create a calm setting in this eclectic bedroom. Curtains patterned with blue, green and brown leaves add subtle decoration framing the large windows. A patterned yellow chair and two upholstered stool seats match the yellow throw pillow propped against the leather headboard. The unique striped base of the stools compliments the warm red glow of the hardwood.
Rich hardwood flooring pairs with a natural wood dining table and medium stained china cabinet for a gorgeous mix of finishes in this dining room. The long table is lined with pastel green chairs and complimented with a long succulent centerpiece display. The dark iron light fixture above adds a heavier element to the airy and sunny look.
A plant-patterned wallpaper accent wall works as a backdrop for the cushioned, dark green headboard with matching throw pillows in this tropical bedroom. The gold tea set, leaf-patterned lamp, and small wall art contribute to the serene design of the room.
Following French trends, this yellow and brown plaid curtain falls from an iron rod and twisted iron curtain rings against a neutral wall with textured paint finish. The twisted rod ends with a leaf finial extending past the curtain. Rod, rings, bracket and finials are by Iron Age Studios.
Use a net to keep leaves from falling into pond water. A net stretched across the pond surface requires daily emptying when leaves are falling thickest. A pond shelter type kit supports netting on a frame that prevents leaves from ever touching the water. An elevated net is also easier to keep free of leaves. If leaves do land in water, scoop them out. Also keep the skimmer basket emptied of leaves. Decomposing leaves in a pond release materials that can harm fish and muddy the water.