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A Nest for All Seasons
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What Houzz contributors are saying:

Laura Gaskill added this to Surprising Ways to Pare Down at Home
Yard, Garden and Home ImprovementCaring for even a small home with a modest-size yard or garden can produce a lot of accumulated supplies and tools — and those who love to garden or tinker with DIY projects may be most prone to falling for the newest, coolest tools and accessories, causing unneeded clutter and waste.Lawnmower and rake: If you replace your lawn with a low-maintenance alternative, you can give away the lawn care tools. Or mow, but let the grass clippings lie instead of raking, which is better for your grass anyway.Seed pots: Use egg cartons, recycled tin cans and old flowerpots to start seeds.Garden markers: Write directly on pots or make your own markers using recycled materials.Specialized tools: Aside from a basic tool set, most of us can do without a lot of specialty home improvement and gardening tools. If you need something specific to get a job done, rent it from a local tool library or home improvement store, or borrow from a neighbor.Tell us: Have you streamlined your home supplies? Please tell us how in the Comments.More: 4 Obstacles to Decluttering — and How to Beat Them

What Houzzers are commenting on:

Meredith added this to Landscaping
February 11, 2014
Garden markers: Write directly on pots or make your own markers using recycled materials.
msqkinser added this to msqkinser's ideas
August 18, 2013
de-clutter
brownginas added this to brownginas's ideas
August 18, 2013
Plants
pgarch added this to pgarch's ideas
August 6, 2013
simplification
sammymagee added this to organization
August 4, 2013
Yard, Garden and Home Improvement Caring for even a small home with a modest-size yard or garden can produce a lot of accumulated supplies and tools — and those who love to garden or tinker with DIY projects may be most prone to falling for the newest, coolest tools and accessories, causing unneeded clutter and waste. •Lawnmower and rake: If you replace your lawn with a low-maintenance alternative, you can give away the lawn care tools. Or mow, but let the grass clippings lie instead of raking, which is better for your grass anyway. •Seed pots: Use egg cartons, recycled tin cans and old flowerpots to start seeds. •Garden markers: Write directly on pots or make your own markers using recycled materials. •Specialized tools: Aside from a basic tool set, most of us can do without a lot of specialty home improvement and gardening tools. If you need something specific to get a job done, rent it from a local tool library or home improvement store, or borrow from a neighbor. .
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