Episode 4 | Dining, Bar, Lounge + Office, Bonnies Dream Home

Ok gang, if you’re looking for some door inspo #whoisnt, Episode Four is for you. It’s a total French-door-athon! Bon has loved French doors since our very first reno and has put them in almost every Three Birds renovation since …. so when it came to her Dream Home she really unleashed the beast but this time, with a twist. All the French doors are internal (with noise reducing ‘hush’ glass thanks to Viridian) – used to separate spaces and create escapes for adults and children alike #cheerstothat.

All You Need to Know About Home Solar Kits

There are many reasons why people might want to go solar for their energy power in their homes. For one reason home solar kits can save you tons of money on your electric bill. Also if you ever plan to sell your home having solar panels installed increases your home’s value. This is also a great investment and is able to produce returns long term as well.

Choosing a Heavy Duty Piano Hinge for Your Restoration Project

Selecting a piano hinge, or continuous hinge as they are also known, for your next project can be a daunting task. There are many options for your restoration project: stainless steel, brass, nickel plated… and many more. Read on to discover the options available to you and the variables you should consider when choosing a heavy duty continuous hinge.

Unclog Your Septic System and Save Thousands

Septic tank repairs and replacement can be extremely costly and in many cases unnecessary. Scientists unlock new strain of bacteria that has proven powerful enough to reverse even the most stubborn of clogs and back-ups. Do not replace or even pump your septic system without reading this article first.

Revive Your Tired Outdoor Furniture

Every time you go outside to mow the lawn or play with the dog your tired looking outdoor table and chairs catch your eye and are screaming out for some TLC. They’re grey and weathered and your to scared to sit on them for fear of getting splinters (ouch). By the time they get to this stage you’ve probably told yourself a hundred times to get out there and refinish them.

A History of Woodworking

We know from the discoveries made by archeologists that, long before written history, wood was used for shelter, tools, weapons, culinary implements, and even decorative items such as jewelry. Significant advances in craftsmanship and construction complexity would, however, await the availability of iron as a harder-than-wood cutting edge. By Biblical times, we know that tool technology and work methods were considerably advanced, providing a solid foundation for later developments.

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