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How to Appreciate Your Garage

What is a pergola

Sometimes, going without something shoes you how much you really need it. If you’ve ever lived in a house with no garage, then you understand the need for one. It’s easy to take it for granted when you have a garage. Whether you have Amish built garages in your neighborhood or regular single garages, you need to think about what you have for a minute and really appreciate it. If you think that your garage is not a big deal, then here are some things you could do that would change your perspective.

Don’t Use it
Get everything out of it. Don’t park your car in there, don’t work in there, don’t store furniture in there, don’t store garden tools on the walls; nothing. Make it completely empty and go for two weeks without using it. Just two weeks. Don’t even step foot in there. Pretend that

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4 Ways to Enhance Your Garden

Outdoor furniture specialists

Warmer temperatures and blue skies hopefully means that you will spending a lot more time in the garden and outdoors. Fresh air is so good for you, as long as the weather is so perfect you should take advantage of the outdoors as much as you can. And what better way to enjoy being outside than in your own garden? If you have not taken the time to beautify your garden yet, then here are a few ideas of things that you can get done quite quickly and still be able to relax the season away under your beautifully designed pergolas or in the hammock under the deck. Just imagine yourself in these places and you’ll be inspired to get started.

  1. Beautifully Designed Pergolas
    A pergola is a flat archway that is placed in your garden that who’s framework is covered with climbing or

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Amish Furniture 3 Popular and Important Styles

Custom amish gazebo

The United State’s Amish, or Pennsylvania Dutch, community has long been the interest of curious Americans who wonder how people can live in such antiquated ways. They’re also beloved in some ways for the products they make, usually from oak, cherry, hickory, walnut, or maple wood.

In addition to the high-quality furniture, which is 100% hand-crafted, and wooden sheds, which generally last between 15 and 20 years, the Amish make a plethora of other things, such as gazebos, pergolas, and of course the classic Amish barns. In celebration of the Amish tradition here are three important aspects that helped turn their simple way of life into a booming economy.


    1.) 1920s: The 1920
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