Roxzan Van Onselen

Roxzan Van Onselen

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I like the idea of having a special area designated for coffee although I do not think this particular coffee station in the pic is that pretty.

I like the idea of having a special area designated for coffee and tea. although I do not think this particular coffee station in the pic is that pretty.

rain chain

Rain chains are called 'kusari doi' in Japanese and have been used for hundreds of years to deposit rain water into barrels for later household use. now all we need is some rain!

Source: Instructables Here we see a rain chain making clever use of recycled lengths of copper tubing. The tubing helps direct even heavy rainfall safely away from the house, and the oversized rings of copper create an appealing water feature.

A DIY copper rain chain. Rain chains take the place of downspouts, guiding and breaking up water flow. Use them to redirect flow into a rain barrel or stone channel.

Japanese Rain Chain "Kusari Doi" - Large Links - Old World Distributors, Inc.

Japanese Rain Chain "Kusari Doi" - Circle Links - Old World Distributors, Inc.

Easily prune your basil plants for larger yields with just a few quick snips. Fuller, larger basil plants will provide you with fresh herbs all summer!

Easily prune your basil plants for larger yields with just a few quick snips. Fuller, larger basil plants will provide you with fresh herbs all summer! - My Gardening Today

Don't toss out your used coffee grounds just yet! I'm sharing 20 brilliant ways to put those grounds to good use - inside and outside of your home!

Don't toss out your used coffee grounds just yet! I'm sharing 20 brilliant ways to put those grounds to good use - inside and outside of your home!