Build your own pizza oven, with help from Topline’s quality tools! The function of a masonry oven is to trap and radiate heat from a fire, built inside the oven. The design of a pizza oven is heat-efficient, allowing the use of stored heat and coals for long bakes instead of requiring a live fire […]
This is the sixth in our Working With Wood series presented by Greg de Villiers. Throughout the series we will introduce you to some amazing new tools on the market that take the ‘work’ out of wood work! For full instructions download these PDFs: Hashtag Table (English) Hashtag Table (Afrikaans)
Don’t have the space for a stumpery? Try this mini version in a pot! What you need Container of your choice Gravel for drainage Potting soil A piece of driftwood A selection of plants Wire Make sure your container has drainage holes and add a layer of gravel on the bottom to help with drainage. […]
Having greenery in an office environment is good for the body and the soul. This quick DIY is great to look at, easy to make and even easier to look after. What you need: Wood cutting list 2 x 580mm x 93mm x 12mm 2 x 500mm x 93mm x 12mm 12 small brass cup […]
Hypertufa, which was invented for use in alpine gardens, is a manufactured substitute for tufa – the porous rock that forms around mineral water springs.
This floating shelf is perfect for any wall. It can be used as a server, or to display a prized collection of plants. This is how you can make one. Materials Shutter board for mould, as follows: Base: 1000 x 500 x 022 mm Front: 1000 x 100 x 022 mm Sides: 520 x 100 […]
Branching Out – A Shelf Inspired by Trees: Inspired by French designer, Olivier Dolle, our DIY Top Team make a shelf for gardening books SHOPPING LIST: Pine battens in the following sizes: 2 x 800 x 145 x 35 mm 1 x 600 x 145 x 35 mm 2 x 400 x 145 x 35 […]
Make a bamboo water feature in six easy steps.
A front entrance should be the most welcoming part of a garden and ‘floating’ steps leading up to the front door certainly lend maximum appeal. Make sure the size of the steps is in scale with the size of the door – a double door requires wide rectangles that make a bold statement.