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Pizza baked in wood fired ovens are the best and what's even better is you can make one at home!  Yes, there are a number of tutorials on stoves made from old propane bottles out there, but here's one that serves two purposes – it'a a pizza oven and a patio heater rolled into one!   http://diyprojects.ideas2live4.com/2016/04/07/pizza-oven-and-patio-heater-combo/  This tutorial provides clear, detailed steps on how you can turn a propane gas tank into a pizza oven/patio heater.

Pizza baked in wood fired ovens are the best and what's even better is you can make one at home! Yes, there are a number of tutorials on stoves made from old propane bottles out there, but here's one (Patio Step Fire Pits)

This elegant cube is the ultimate in well-balanced living – a space-saving design that still offers multiple rooms and peace of mind. The tiny unit has a study with a desk and file cabinet, a...

japanese modular box room Remarkably, the tiny unit accommodates a study with a desk and file cabinet, a staircase with built-in storage, a book with bookshelves and a meditation zone up and away from it all on its second level.

Fiddler: wind turbine to mount at the crest of the roof

What makes green energy so great is it is cost effective, and supply and demand do not affect pricing. With sources of clean, renewable energy, the ecosystem.

The new GrowWall is designed to grow up to 75 herbs, fruits or vegetables at the same time, displayed on five levels for a nice touch to the passionate home gardener's indoor ambience. It’s the only all-in-one hydroponic growing system that can produce a yield this high. Learn more at opcomfarm.com.

The new GrowWall is designed to grow up to 75 herbs, fruits or vegetables at the same time, displayed on five levels for a nice touch to the passionate home gardener's indoor ambience. It’s the only all-in-one hydroponic growing system that can produce a

Use rope lighting to line your garden. | 51 Budget Backyard DIYs That Are Borderline Genius

Use rocks to separate two areas, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting. on January 2013 in Home Decor 3 Advertisement Use rocks to separate the grass from the deck, then bury rope lights in the rocks for lighting