Compost tumblers help air reach all your materials, which speeds up decomposition. Look for a ready-made tumbler or make your own from an old pickle barrel. You'll need to add a vent tube in the middle and some holes to let excess moisture drain out. Although you could simply roll your barrel around to mix the materials inside, a homemade wooden frame makes the job easier.
To keep the backyard consistent with the interior of the home, the designers outfitted the raised deck with furniture in similar colors, like blues and corals. Here, cushioned lounge chairs offer space for sunbathing, while synthetic turf below gives the clients' children room to tumble.
Relaxation at its finest: a white soaking tub with a custom tumbled tile surround. The wide lip of the surround makes room for towels, fresh-cut flowers and candles, while the bathroom's neutral color palette keeps things nice and soothing.
In this small kitchen, a peninsula juts out from the wall to expand functional counter space and two rows of cabinets provide extra storage. Under-cabinet lighting illuminates the tumbled tile backsplash and helps to brighten the overall space.
A large professional quality oven with a gas range makes cooking a breeze in this traditional kitchen. A gorgeous tumbled stone tile backsplash and dark wood cabinets add style to the space, while a pot filler and range hood are smart, practical additions.
A trio of rustic reclaimed wood shelves fit into a gorgeous wine bar n the great room of the 2017 Design House, a fundraiser for the Historic Macon Foundation in Georgia. Designer Sally Draughon displayed glass goblets and tumblers with a bottle ready for entertaining with ease.