Getting Your Firepit Ready for Cooler Weather
While we are still seeing temperatures in the 90’s here in Texas, we know that other areas are starting to see some cooler temperatures which means it is time to use your firepit. One cannot talk about fall without bringing up sitting around a fire. Gathering with family and friends, enjoying a drink, making smores […]
Top Weekend Renovations for the DIYer
Want to make home improvements, but aren’t looking to do a major renovation overhaul? Not to worry. There are plenty of projects that can be done in a weekend (or two) that will add beauty, curb appeal, and value to your home. Even better, you can tackle these projects on your own (and with a […]
Choosing the Fuel for Your New Fire Feature
Whether you want a sizable fire feature or only have the space for a smaller fire pit, the main component you need to consider is the type of fuel you will be burning. No matter the style or aesthetic qualities of your new installation, the type of fuel will affect a number of factors, such as safety, the amount of smoke, and the consequences for the environment.
“Fireside Chat” with Terri Lee Rogers
As the popularity of fire features for the outdoors continues to grow, new innovations in design and materials hit the market every year. A category that once consisted of a simple round pit with basic gas logs has now evolved into beautiful designer hearth tops, colorful glass media and product in all shapes and sizes imaginable. OW Lee President Terri Lee Rogers offers a few tips on creating a sizzling backyard oasis, with fire as the star attraction.
Today’s Fabrics Set the Tone for the Outdoor Room
Whether their taste is upscale or more laid back, today’s shoppers know that fabrics play a significant role in creating the mood and expanding the functionality of their outdoor room. There is a myriad of color, style and performance choices available. Outdoor fabric allows you to move beyond the four walls of your home and decorate your outdoor living spaces with the same level of sophistication as the indoors.