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After: Bar Wall Storage     After: Bar Wall Storage  With repainted lower cabinets, the bar area was well on its way to looking better. Lauren fastened wine racks to the wall for a space-savvy way to store wine and crystal glasses. Everything for serving drinks is at Lauren's fingertips when she entertains; she often uses the countertop and ledge above as a buffet.

Bar Wall Storage: lower cabinets, wine racks fastened to the wall for a space-savvy way to store wine and crystal glasses, everything for serving drinks is displayed and accessible.

Watch this video to find out how to make an inexpensive rack to store and display wine glasses beneath the hanging cabinets in your kitchen, using standard T-molding available at home centers. You’ll never believe how easy this DIY project really is once you check out this clip.

Watch this video to find out how to make an inexpensive rack to store and display wine glasses beneath the hanging cabinets in your kitchen, using standard T-molding available at home centers.

✮ Wild Wisteria

LOVE THIS: Wisteria Tree. Planting one now. Just stake your Wisteria & keep it pruned back each year. The vine will eventually grow into a tree. I'd estimate this Wisteria tree to be over 20 years old.

Forgotten Spaces: The Barbican Conservatory - loved this place when i visited.

Forgotten Spaces: the Barbican Conservatory in London. I remember when it was first built and to most eyes was simply a concrete monstrosity. Luckily nature has other ideas.

tilted trellis for climbing plants and shade for lettuces  #aNestforAllSeasons  #LongwoodGardens

trellis laid on an angle for climbing plants; good solution for heavier climbers (quash, watermelon) b/c of thickness & strength of wood panel. Once the vines start climbing the trellis, they provide shade for lettuces underneath.

LOVE THIS! Combine nature with art through the use of rusted steel supports designed for function and form to add height and year round interest in your garden.

Neat-O! Grape vines trained as an umbrella! Love this idea! Keep those vines up off the ground and make some shade! There are so many vines this could be done with.