Does your patio, porch or deck have a case of the blahs? We'll show you how to easily stencil a plywood board to turn it into colorful outdoor art that can stand up to the elements.
So, you left your pot filled with tender perennials or annuals outside all winter? Whoops! Don't worry, it happens. We'll show you how to determine which plants are ready for another growing season and how to replace the dearly departed with new plants.
Is your cutting board a bit too small to make the cut? No problem. In just a few steps, you can upcycle it into a stylish stand-in for a front door wreath that also doubles as a pretty address plaque.
A more budget-friendly option to pricey teak, acacia wood outdoor furniture is easy to find — and easy to love — thanks to the wood's rich honey-hued finish when new. But over time, acacia wood weathers to a dull, splotchy look with a rough texture. Give your old, weathered outdoor furniture a smooth, like-new finish with our acacia wood refinishing tips.
HGTV's design-on-a-dime pros share how to give a plain terra cotta pot a trendy, high-end Chinoiserie makeover using just paper napkins and decoupage medium.
Got a bumper crop of berries? Lucky you! Learn how to turn fresh fruit into a centuries-old sip: a shrub, or drinking vinegar, that can be enjoyed as either a cocktail or an alcohol-free restorative. And, bonus, because shrubs rely on the juice extracted from fruit, you can use very ripe and even overripe fruit for maximum fruity flavor.
Put a little science and two kitchen staples (aluminum foil and baking soda) to work to easily vanquish years' worth of tarnish from your silver or silverplated flatware.
Timeless rather than trendy, traditional style is a tried-and-true look that's ever evolving, mixing vintage and antique finds with a few of-the-moment accessories for a lasting look that truly never goes out of style.
Have your summer planters sizzled out but it's too early for mums — or you want to try a different look this year? We've got you! Use our plant recommendations and planting tips to pot up an autumnal planter that's fall-tastic!
A popular sight at Bavaria's official Oktoberfest, gingerbread hearts or lebkuchen are both a treasured souvenir and a tasty treat. Gather your favorite kinder and basic craft supplies to whip up a non-edible, crafty batch for your Oktoberfest celebration.
Get ready to get your Oktoberfest on! From inexpensively decking out a table in the classic blue and white colors of the Bavarian flag to stocking the bar with Germany's world-famous lagers, best-loved wines and even non-alcoholic sips for the kinder, we'll help you bring the best of Bavaria to your backyard celebration.
Make this year's Oktoberfest the best with these photo-ready DIY flower crowns that pair alpine-inspired faux blooms with the blue and white palette that's symbolic of Bavaria, the home of Germany's official Oktoberfest celebrations.
In just a few steps, give your summer wreath a fast fall fix-up by mixing in a few natural elements and faux fall leaves.
Give your porch, patio or foyer an autumnal update with this easy-to-craft fall wreath that pairs a sunburst shape with faux sunflowers for DIY fall decor that'll brighten up any spot — either indoors or out.
Your houseplants need a vacation — and with this easy upcycle you can turn kitchen castoffs into pretty pots that bring a taste of the tropics to any room of your home.