When wind happens and a wobbly pergola’s got you down, there are a lot of things to consider. And if you’re like me, you’ll likely take it personally and consider yourself a poor craftslady for a few weeks while you indulge in pints of pumpkin ice cream and catch up on the newest season of Parenthood (can that family just catch a break already?).
The thing is, fixing our pergolas took 10 minutes, not 10 hours like I initially imagined it would. If you’re working on fixing your home up before winter strikes, you may want to take a look at today’s post on DIY Network, where I profess my new job title, and get down to business on correcting those swaying structures.
P.S. I love a good, intentional paint palette, and in this bonus post on DIY Network, you can see my own home’s palette to-date and get the scoop on other good reads from HGTV and HGTV Remodels. If you’re anything like me, you’ll want to start repainting your whole home or planning for your next one.