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  • How to Install a Small Kitchen in a Log Cabin

    Do you own a somewhat primitive log cabin, and you would like to install a small kitchen? Are you interested in adding a tiny kitchen in an already wired log cabin? If either of these situations applies to you, you have come to the right place! The countertops, cabinets, appliances, and lights are all important. So are some of the more nitty gritty details most people don’t take into account. Even if you have no idea about how to install a small kitchen in your log cabin, don’t worry. We will walk you through the basic steps, and include some pro tips along the way. Your New Log Cabin Kitchen There are a few different items that make up a kitchen. The following are the ways in which we recommend doing the install on the most crucial. Cabinets Cabinets are an integral part of a kitchen... (More)
  • 8 Garden Tools Every Gardener Needs in their Wooden Garage

    Are you new to gardening, and aren’t sure which tools you need? Have you just purged your old tools during spring cleaning and want a new set? No matter what your situation, we understand your need to buy the most useful tools. Now is the best time of the year to go out and stock your wooden garage full of the implements you need to make your outdoor space a success. If you are curious about the garden tools every gardener needs in their wooden garage, stay tuned! The Top 8 Gardening Tools to Store in Your Wooden Garage #1. Gloves Any experienced gardener will tell you one of the most important gardening tools is a good pair of gloves. Many novices think they don’t need to protect their hands, but they quickly find they were wrong. Good gloves are key to enjoying your time outdoors! W... (More)
  • 6 Tips on How to Decorate Your Wooden Carport

    Sometimes we get tired of things the way they are. If you are ready for a change in your wooden carport, you have come to the right place! There are so many possible themes that it can be difficult to choose just one. In this article, we are going to give you 6 tips on how to decorate your wooden carport. Clean the Floor The first thing to tackle in all of these themes is the floor. Even if you don’t use it as the official bottom of your room, there is no reason it can’t be clean. Seriously. Clean it as best as you can with the tools you have. If you want the cleanest possible floor, rent a power washer or hire a professional. 6 Wooden Carport Themes Tip #1. Nature away from Nature If you live in a city, suburb, or other crowded area, you may not get all of the time in the great outdo... (More)
  • How to Plant Trees Near Your Log Cabin

    How do I plant trees near my log cabin? It is a question that has a somewhat obvious answer to most people. They would advise you to simply dig up the right amount of dirt and plop down the tree. While that covers the basics, there is a lot more than meets the eye. In order to successfully install this kind of landscaping, there are two things every gardener should know: where to plant a tree and what kind of tree to plant. That doesn’t even include the special considerations that takes into account! If it sounds complicated, don’t sweat it. In this article, you will learn how to plant trees near your log cabin. Location, Location, Location The very first thing to take into account is your tree’s future location. Turns out, you shouldn’t just choose a spot and start digging. In fa... (More)
  • Mobile Home Garden: The 10 Most Useful Vegetables to Plant

    Now is the time to ask yourself the all-important warm weather question: what vegetables are the most useful to plant? For those with a mobile home garden, the answer has a lot to do with personal preference. Who are we to say what is useful? Some people want to plant vegetables to keep animals away. Others are interested only in eating what their mobile home gardens produce. That is why we have put together a list of the 10 most useful vegetables in a few different categories. Unique Vegetables Why They are Useful: Unique vegetables are great for those interested in something new. They are also great for impressing your friends. #1. Achocha The achocha pods are nicknamed ‘fat babies’. Once you see them, the name makes more sense. These bite-sized veggie treats are light green and gro... (More)
  • How to Grow Vegetables Faster in a Wooden Shed Garden

    How does your garden grow? If you answered too slow, you are like the majority of people growing their own vegetable garden. Although patience is a virtue, it isn’t in high supply in the 21st century. That is why we are here to help! There are a few ways you can turn your slow growing wooden shed garden into a veggie-producing machine! Some of these tips start before you even sow your first seed. However, there are plenty of things you can do while your garden grows to maximize output. Wooden Shed Gardening Tips Choose Veggies that Grow Fast If you want results and you want them now, there is nothing easier than planting vegetables that mature quickly. Here is a quick rundown of our favorites to grow in a wooden shed garden. Salad Greens – The time between sowing and harvest is 21 da... (More)
  • How to Prepare Your Wooden Shed for Garden Tool Storage in 5 Easy Steps

    Although it seems like just yesterday we were storing our garden tools, it’s already time to bring them back out! Now that spring is in the air, our hibernation is officially over. For some, the thought of getting started on a garden is exciting. Others are filled with dread over the thought of preparing their wooden shed for seasonal tool storage. If you prepared your building for winter, you should have minimal issues creating room. If you are like most people, your wooden shed is a mess not fit for the most unworthy garden tool. Not to fear! In 5 easy steps you can go from chaos to organization in almost no time! 5 Simple Steps to Wooden Storage Shed Bliss #1. Get Motivated First thing’s first: get motivated! Not many articles about organize include this step, but being psychologic... (More)
  • Mobile Home Maintenance in Spring

    When you think about spring, many things come to mind. Flowers, Easter, and even cleaning are common associations with this season. However, preparing your mobile house for warm weather goes beyond the annual clean. Unfortunately, many owners and renters do not understand what it takes to keep their mobile home in tiptop shape. Whether uninformed or just lazy, the neglect will lead to a greater headache down the road. Not to say anything about the cost! It is always cheaper to nip issues at the bud. If you haven’t been the most faithful mobile home maintainer, don’t worry too much. It is never too late to start! Today we are going to walk you through the most important areas of your home for spring upkeep. Mobile House Preservation 101 The same way your car needs special upkeep for th... (More)
  • 9 Most Beautiful and Easy Growing Flowers for your Mobile Home Garden

    It’s that time of the year again! Spring has sprung, and now is the time to begin planting flowers. Maybe you are a little bit hesitant after last Summer’s batch died early. Maybe this time of the year depresses you because you don’t have a green thumb. Neither of these things should deter you from having the mobile home flower garden of your dreams! Go ahead and chalk your last attempt at growing up to factors beyond your influence. This is the year you plant beautiful and easy growing blooms. In fact, the following are 9 of the best flowers to grow in your mobile home garden if you don’t have a green thumb. Top 9 Mobile Home Flowers #1. Sunflowers Sunflowers are found in many mobile home gardens across the world. And for good reason! This is an extremely low maintenance flower t... (More)
  • 7 Things to Check in an Isolated Log Cabin during Spring and Summer

    Do you have a log cabin far and away from civilization? Maybe you only get up to it once a year. Maybe it is strictly a hunting cabin, or only used a once every blue moon. No matter what your situation, owning an isolated log cabin can present its own set of issues. The lack of use makes it necessary to check up on a building you use infrequently. From bugs to plants to unwanted guests, there are a few things you should check in your log cabin during the Spring and Summer. Now that the warm weather is upon us, we can do a lot of things we couldn’t do over the winter. Things like picnics, bbqs, and lawn parties. However, Spring and Summer also bring on added responsibilities. Like taking a maintenance trip to your isolated log cabin. If you haven’t been in a while, you really should ge... (More)

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