Start a Fall Herb Garden

Planting an herb garden is an excellent way for beginners to develop a green thumb. Herbs are easy to grow, and many varieties take just a few weeks to fully mature from seed to harvest. Plus, you’ll save money by not having to buy fresh herbs from the grocery store. Follow below to learn how to start a fall herb garden from scratch and which … Continue reading Start a Fall Herb Garden

What Flowers to Plant in Fall

Traditional fall decorations like pumpkins, haystacks, and cornstalks are fall classics, but adding a vibrant autumn garden alongside them can accentuate your home’s festive appeal.  There’s a variety of colorful fall annuals and perennials to choose from as you get started. Each type has its advantages and drawbacks, so keep reading to learn which plants are the best choices for your garden.  Deciding Between Annuals … Continue reading What Flowers to Plant in Fall

How to Decorate Your Patio: A Guide by Patio Size

Patios come in all shapes and sizes. No matter if it’s a small or large patio, you can transform your space into a gorgeous outdoor haven that you and your family can enjoy for many years to come. All it takes is a bit of planning and creativity. Keep reading to learn more about how to transform your patio into an outdoor oasis. How to … Continue reading How to Decorate Your Patio: A Guide by Patio Size

When’s the Best Time to Buy Outdoor Furniture?

If you’re in the market for outdoor furniture, you’re probably wondering when the best time to buy is. Smart planning can help you save a lot of money when it comes to purchasing outdoor furniture. Luckily, we’re here to guide you through your buying journey by exploring all your timing options. Keep reading for our furniture-buying tips. The Best Time to Buy Outdoor Furniture Many … Continue reading When’s the Best Time to Buy Outdoor Furniture?

USA Kitchen Tour: The South

From biscuits and gravy to pecan pie, Southern food is all about comfort. Southern meals have an appealing, down-to-earth presentation that makes you feel right at home. After all, they call it Southern hospitality for a reason. It’s also no secret that Southerners love their fried food. It may not be great for the waistline, but it’s so good for the soul! These three dishes … Continue reading USA Kitchen Tour: The South

A Sneak Peek into the Shayla Copas Fabric Collection by POLYWOOD

Shayla Copas has been making a name for herself in the interior design world for years. From her iconic style and bold designs, she’s the queen of Southern Glam design and transforming interior spaces.  Here at POLYWOOD, we believe that your outdoor living space should be an extension of the beautiful home you’ve created. Which is exactly why we have partnered with Shayla Copas Interiors … Continue reading A Sneak Peek into the Shayla Copas Fabric Collection by POLYWOOD

USA Kitchen Tour: The Southwest

Southwestern cuisine is a fusion of Mexican, Native American, Spanish, and American Old West flavors and influences. Three ingredients define Southwestern cuisine — corn, beans, and chiles. The popularity of chiles in the Southwest is why this cuisine is often so spicy. If you’re not careful, your mouth could catch on fire! These three dishes are staples of Southwestern cuisine, and you can easily prepare … Continue reading USA Kitchen Tour: The Southwest

USA Kitchen Tour: The West Coast

From Alaska down to Southern California, the West Coast is brimming with delectable cuisine. Whether it’s Baja-style Mexican food or seafood straight from the Pacific Ocean, West Coast cuisine emphasizes fresh, simple preparation using local and sustainably sourced ingredients. These three dishes are among the favorites at restaurants up and down the West Coast. Give these recipes a try and enjoy them on your outdoor … Continue reading USA Kitchen Tour: The West Coast

USA Kitchen Tour: Hawaii

Hawaiian cuisine is a blend of ingredients and cultures. The Hawaiian islands were first home to indigenous Polynesians. When they settled on the islands, they ate what was available to them, which consisted mainly of sweet potatoes, pork, and seafood. As time went on, immigrants from Japan, the Philippines, Korea, Portugal, and other countries came to the islands, bringing their gastronomic sensibilities. In fact, Spam … Continue reading USA Kitchen Tour: Hawaii

How to Clean Outdoor Cushions

You may not realize it, but your outdoor cushions and pillows have to withstand a lot. Direct sunlight, pouring rain, dirt and dust, wine spills, greasy sunblock splatters, and the list goes on and on. While they’re constructed out of fabric made to endure harsh outdoor conditions, your cushions are still susceptible to stains and damage — especially if they’re left out during winter or … Continue reading How to Clean Outdoor Cushions