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Between Naps on the Porch
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where did the yellow bottles come from?
How do i make a bottle tree. What is on the tree to hold the bottles, i would love to this.
love this bottle tree from dead tree trunk
It is a cool and colorful idea... bottle art
than a bottle tree. They are more typically seen in the Southern garden and are really beautiful when the sun sets them ablaze.
Blooms may be scarce in winter, but you'll always have color in a garden sporting an old-fashioned bottle tree. And you won't have to worry about "haints" hanging out
The bottle tree has a long and storied history originating in Africa and going strong in the South in the United States. It's thought to have originated as a way to keep spirits and imps away. A lot of my neighbors have dead trees in their backyards that are too expensive to get removed
Coolest backyard ever
DIY bottle wall at the back of the bar
bottle tree, wine bottles were threaded onto pieces of rebar, making a unique and whimsical privacy screen.
put bottles on top of rebar for butterfly water hole
i like the screen created by using recycled wine bottles. Cool idea.
gate, door frame, or divider made from old bottles pierced and strung on rebar. Rebar rusts
wine bottles. Bottle trees are common in the southern United States, where legend portrays them as a way to capture evil spirits. Typically a metal frame or pieces of rebar are placed in the ground and topped with inverted wine bottles.For this creative take on a bottle tree, wine bottles were threaded
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the wine bottle window made, and where can I get one for our cellar?
vintage bottles nearby. The effect is not only beautiful but practical as well,
stained glass for entry. looks like bottles
Bottle glass. Colored glass rondelles fill the windows of this wine room, echoing the shapes of the vintage bottles nearby. The effect is not only beautiful but
Bottle glass. Colored glass rondelles fill the windows
12. Bottle glass. Colored glass rondelles fill the windows of this wine room, echoing the shapes of the vintage bottles nearby. The effect is not only beautiful but practical as well, since the wine is protected from direct sunlight. More: Woven Wood Shades Tie Rooms Together
of wine bottles in various shades of green opaque glass.
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bottle caps - buttons - anything tiny
Even something as humble as bottle caps can look artful and chic when massed
Diy bottle caps; could do with buttons
Even something as humble as bottle caps can look artful and chic when massed together in a shadow box.
Framed bottle caps. I have a huge bottle cap collection, and I've been meaning to do this for some time. You can use a clear-drying adhesive directly on the bottle cap tops and press them against the glass. You don't have to put the back of the frame on and it will look like the caps are floating. Tip:
these bottle caps were framed in these shadowboxes. It's a great way to preserve memories on a smaller scale. You can create an ongoing collection from your vacations over the years using bottle caps, ticket stubs, or any other type of collected trinket. The beauty of shadowboxes is that you can customize
How was the wine bottle cut at the bottom or has it not been cut?
I want to make a cook wine bottle light fixture!
the wine bottle lights? Thank you
I find bottles like that for my landscape lights because I think the bottles idea would make for a sweet look that no one else would have. http://americannationalco.com/index
I recall seeing a "How To" on Martha Stewart's show. It involved scoring the bottoms of the bottles with a glass cutter
recycled bottles. You may get some inspiration from this too.
I found a site that shows how to make something similar. Go to the bottom of the page and look for the pic and click on it. http://blog.diynetwork.com/maderemade/2013/05/31/17-diy-ideas-for-reusing-glass-bottles-and-jars/?xp=hgtv_footer
Liz Williams Interiors
color bottles, just what I am looking for, having just done a feng shui study that says I need lots
Lovely color bottles, and I have just done a feng shui study that says I need lots of glass bottles in my kitchen , if anyone knows where I can get this type of bottle I would be so gratefully.
I have a collection of old bottles and like that look
i have a bunch of bottles
Pretty glass bottles are always nice. Especially in a room that gets lots
glass bottles have a collective impact.
use Wes's old bottles on shelves
glass bottles, a few of which you see displayed here. "We were always on the lookout for blue and green ones as well as adding to her amber glass collection," Williams says.
glass bottles have a collective impact.Hot tip: A room full of quirky displays, offbeat furnishings and cheeky accents can easily slide into eclectic territory. If that isn't the look you want, keep the foundation of the room true to cottage conventions.
concave bottle bottoms just become great little breeding grounds for mosquitos every time it rains?
of the bottles, although she purchased a few of the cobalt ones, her favorites.
edge with upside down wine bottles
Wonderful idea to use recycled bottles.
wine bottle edge -- could this be illuminated?
wine bottles aren't just decorative; they're shoring up a portion of the yard that would otherwise get washed away in a big rain. The homeowner was quick to say that friends gave her and her husband many of the bottles, although she purchased a few of the cobalt ones, her favorites.
make the bottles? they are so nice
Love the bottle lights, and some great colourways here. Relaxed feel.
and wine bottles found on the property during reconstruction to make a dining room chandelier. She took the bottles to her mason to have them cut with a wet saw and then added the lightbulbs.Table: salvage, Urban Timberworks
of old bottles dug up while the land for this house was being excavated. By cutting off the bottoms of the bottles and adding wiring and bulbs, a chandelier has been created that will forever tell the story of the building of this home — and look sensational doing it.Note the use of a built-in bench
made the bottle lights by cutting off the bottoms of beer and wine bottles she found on her property during reconstruction, spray painting them with a frost spray and installing pendant lights from Lowe’s. Table: salvage, Urban TimberworksSee more of this home