How to Hang Outdoor String Lights From DIY Posts: Add Lights
Arrange the planters in a rectangle no more than 10’ apart. Secure one end of the string lights to one of the cup hooks with the hook attached to the light, or with cable ties or twist ties if no hook exists. Continue stringing the lights, making an outline of the planters. When you have reached the first planter and have formed a rectangular outline of lights, begin zigzagging the lights from one side of the outline to the other, spacing the passes of string far enough apart so that they will be evenly distributed to the end. Secure the end to a cup hook as you did the beginning of the string. Attach an outdoor-safe extension cord and plug into an outlet.
Homeowners Vivian and Sasha Smith's kitchen was transformed on HGTV's original series Brother Vs. Brother. The team entirely remodeled the outdated kitchen, including installing hardwood-like vinyl floors.
To create visual interest within your Christmas garland, choose ornaments in an array of colors, sizes and textures. Here, shiny, matte, sparkle and textured baubles are paired together for a stylish array that really packs a punch.
Create fun holiday cheer at the base of the stairs by wrapping empty boxes with playful wrapping paper and ribbon. Take it a step further by placing a furry blanket underneath for that comfy and cozy Christmas feel everybody loves.
With broad windows and soaring ceilings, this contemporary California kitchen is designed to maximize light and outdoor views. A fabric ceiling system by Eurospan conceals lighting and sound systems, and a copper fireplace surround and Honduran mahogany paneling add warmth.
Neutral Southwestern Sitting Room With Orange Accents
The neutral walls of this sitting room are brought to life with the dark, beautiful colors present in the rug, seat cushions and throw pillows. The orange cushions add interest to the the tan armchair, and the same orange is echoed in a nearby throw pillow. A pair of thin matching chairs flank the fireplace.
Poolside Lounging and Dining Area With Mediterranean Flair
One of the special patio areas of this home is poolside. The space features an outdoor dining table and chairs with Mediterranean undertones, comfortable wicker patio furniture and a fireplace and hearth structure that increased the homeowners' privacy from the neighboring lot. Overall, the setting is lovely, lush and entirely livable.
Neutral Transitional Powder Room With Carved Stone Tile Wall
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.
This custom-designed circular medicine cabinet measures in at 42 inches providing much-needed storage space. The mirror splits open to reveal shelving, its off-center position balancing out the sink's handles and the vanity's cabinetry down below.