Turn your backyard patio into an oasis
Depending on the climate you live in, you have several months out of the year in which to fully enjoy your backyard. You may have a patio and a strip of green if you live in an urban setting, or you may have a large yard with plenty of green space that allows you, your family and your friends to spread out. Patio furniture is a good place to start when outfitting your outdoor space. Those who have a large patio can choose sofas, chairs and outdoor dining sets. No exterior space is complete without a grill, and an outdoor kitchen is especially family- and entertaining-friendly. At Walmart, we offer many different pieces of outdoor furniture from which you can choose. Check out our Best Sellers, Special Buys and Clearance items for great finds on pieces to make your patio and backyard a
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Make it easy to create your favorite meals and recipes at home with cookware, bakeware, kitchen utensils and appliances. From saute pans, stockpots and cookie sheets to mixing bowls, toaster ovens and cutting boards, find kitchen tools to match your cooking needs and decor style. Read on to learn more about the benefits and uses of various kitchen necessities.
Cookware Sets and Individual Cookware:
Whether you’re a budding home chef, an experience dinner party host or just settling into your very first kitchen, you should stock up at least a few basic pieces of cookware.
- Saute Pan (with lid), for searing and sauteing meats and vegetables and for deep frying
- Fry Pan, for any and all stovetop heating, frying, poaching and frying
- Stock Pot, for soups, stews, chilis, broths and roasts
- Skillet, for juicy cuts of meat and stovetop to oven casseroles
- Pasta Pot
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Before you garden, find a spot outside that has ample sunlight, access to water, and enough space for plants to take root. As you plant your seeds, give each plant 10 inches of space to grow, and try to group similar types of plants in the same area. At first, you’ll want to water your plants more often to allow the roots to take hold, but after a few weeks you can decrease watering to every other day. Additionally, keep your plants’ environment healthy by weeding regularly.
Principles of interior design
It is important to emphasize that interior design is a specialized branch of architecture or environmental design; it is equally important to keep in mind that no specialized branch in any field would be very meaningful if practiced out of context. The best buildings and the best interiors are those in which there is no obvious disparity between the many elements that make up the totality. Among these elements are the structural aspects of a building, the site planning, the landscaping, the furniture, and the architectural graphics (signs), as well as the interior details. Indeed, there are many examples of distinguished buildings and interiors that were created and coordinated by one guiding hand.
Because of the technological complexity of contemporary planning and building, it is no longer possible for a single
The Big Three Bathroom Faucets
Bathroom Sink Faucets: The easiest solution for a quick bathroom faucet upgrade. Generally a bathroom faucet needs to stay within the installation parameters of the previous faucet unless the sink/counter is also being replaced. However, you can create a whole new bathroom look with just a new faucet finish and matching bathroom hardware accessories.
Shower Faucets: Spend a little for a quick upgrade with a brand new shower head, or go all out with a shower system, body sprays included. Add a hand shower attachment for another quick win, no special installation needed. A full shower replacement is the perfect time to get in the wall and swap out your valve. If you don’t want to open up the wall, you’re limited to shower trims that are compatible with your current brand/rough in.
Tub Fillers: There are three common tub filling options available: traditional roman