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Singing Gardens
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Driftwood DIY
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make a succulent planter by drilling holes in a piece of driftwood and frame it in an old window
Make your own driftwood planter. If you own a drill and can get your hands on a nice big piece of driftwood
driftwood with holes drilled out as a succulent planter
Drill holes in a drift wood and implant airborne plants.
you own a drill and can get your hands on a nice big piece of driftwood, you can make your own version of the gorgeous succulent planter shown here. Hang it on the wall, frame it in an old window or use it as a centerpiece on the table.
Make your own driftwood planter. If you own a drill and can get
planter. If you own a drill and can get your hands on a nice big piece of driftwood, you can make your own version of the gorgeous succulent planter shown here. Hang it on the wall, frame it in an old window or use it as a centerpiece on the table.
“Ideas for Kimberley” — cmbtclub
W. David Seidel, AIA - Architect
Powder Room
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Questions4
didn't need any drilling — every fixture hole is set over a grout joint. This tends to be the easiest approach for sink fixture installations like this, since you need to make only a semicircle cut in each tile. This can be done with a blade, rather than a drill.
tile layout didn't need any drilling — every fixture hole is set over a grout joint. This tends to be the easiest approach for sink fixture installations like this, since you need to make only a semicircle cut in each tile. This can be done with a blade, rather than a drill.
tile layout didn't need any drilling — every fixture hole is set over a grout joint. This tends to be the easiest approach for sink fixture installations like this, since you need to make only a semicircle cut in each tile. This can be done with a blade, rather than a drill.
“This clever tile layout didn't need any drilling — every fixture hole is set over a grout joint. T” — ciamano
Angela Flournoy
2 Reviews
My Houzz: Gurfinkel Family
Ideabooks1,278
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holders by drilling large holes into cedar 2-by-4 beams. Chalkboard signs indicate where each column of wine is from.
drilled holes in 2 x 4 cedar beams
use of cedar 4x6 posts (with holes drilled) for wine
Ilya made the custom holders by drilling large holes into cedar 2-by-4 beams. Chalkboard signs indicate where each column of wine is from.
wine hold made by drilling holes in cedar beams
Ilya made the custom holders by drilling large holes into cedar 2-by-4
I would drill holes at an angle though
great idea for wine storage. Cedar boards drilled to hold bottles.
Ilya made the custom holders by drilling large holes into cedar 2-by-4 beams. Chalkboard signs indicate where each column of wine is from.
“Wine shelves” — mhemmel
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Kentfield Residence - Ultimate Shower Experience
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your installer drills tile, make sure there's a small bucket of cold water nearby to cool the bit often. If the water in the cuts starts to boil, the bit hasn't been cooled often enough. If a diamond bit gets too hot, the diamonds will fall off the drill bit and make it worthless.Tip: Drill especially slowly
slowly and stop constantly to cool the drill bit when drilling glass tile or any tile. Glass cracks easily if it gets too hot, and the risk is high when you're drilling into it.
“Bench” — claracare
Lightlink Lighting
8 Reviews
Spirit House Studio
Ideabooks373
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into custom art. Rebar can be used to mount ordinary objects, giving them prominence and new life in the garden. This mundane piece of driftwood was drilled and elevated on a rebar post, and made a focal point. Keep this idea in mind the next time you attend an estate sale.
Rebar can be used to mount ordinary objects, giving them prominence and new life in the garden. This mundane piece of driftwood was drilled and elevated on a rebar post, and made a focal point. Keep this idea in mind the next time you attend an estate sale.
into custom art. Rebar can be used to mount ordinary objects, giving them prominence and new life in the garden. This mundane piece of driftwood was drilled and elevated on a rebar post, and made a focal point. Keep this idea in mind the next time you attend an estate sale.More: Give Your Garden an Industrial
“driftwood on rebar” — rosebraun
Mark English Architects, AIA
8 Reviews
exteriors
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a varying amount of labor and a different cost. The first option is to drill and countersink screws with the head exposed, which has the lowest labor cost. The second option is to drill and plug, which means that a hole is drilled through the material so that a screw can be installed below the surface
in place to cover the screw. Then it’s sanded down and finished with a sealer. Because ipe is so dense, this technique is labor intensive and dulls drill bits quickly. The final option with ipe is to router a groove along the side of the boards and use concealed fasteners to fit into these grooves, with
a varying amount of labor and a different cost. The first option is to drill and countersink screws with the head exposed, which has the lowest labor cost. The second option is to drill and plug, which means that a hole is drilled through the material so that a screw can be installed below the surface
“Nice deck!” — Marlo Stubbs
Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Driftwood DIY
Ideabooks143
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the nursery pot containers on to the driftwood with a pencil as a guide for where to drill. Drill slowly into the driftwood, about 2 inches deep, making sure not to drill all the way through the bottom. Continue drilling until all the cavities are formed.
before you drill, taking into account the driftwood size and shape. Try to use existing cavities to create as natural a look as possible. Once you are satisfied with the arrangement, trace the bottom of the nursery pot containers on to the driftwood with a pencil as a guide for where to drill. Drill slowly
slowly into the driftwood, about 2 inches deep, making sure not to drill all the way through the bottom. Continue drilling until all the cavities are formed.
“Driftwood candle holder” — Justine Celina
Singing Gardens
5 Reviews
Driftwood DIY
Ideabooks143
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Tools and safety gear: Electric drill Drill bits of varying diameters, preferably 2 inches (to match the succulent container size) Wooden or plastic chopstick. Mask
Tools and safety gear: Electric drill Drill bits of varying diameters, preferably 2 inches (to match the succulent container size) Wooden or plastic chopstick Mask Gloves Bucket Wear gloves throughout the process, especially when handling sphagnum moss, and wear a mask if you are allergic to mold and
Tools and safety gear: •Electric drillDrill bits of varying diameters, preferably 2 inches (to match the succulent container size) •Wooden or plastic chopstick •Mask •Gloves •Bucket Wear gloves
Tools and safety gear: Electric drill Drill bits of varying diameters, preferably 2 inches (to match the succulent container size) Wooden or plastic chopstick Mask Gloves Bucket Wear gloves
“Tools and safety gear: Electric drill Drill bits of varying diameters, preferably 2 inches (to match” — Cherry Ong
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