On an Architect’s Bucket List

On an Architect’s Bucket List

I love old barns and’ve always wanted to renovate and reside in one. Doing so is among those things on the architect’s bucket list. So whenever I encounter an old barn at the landscape, I start to dream of making […]

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7 Everyday Ways for Going Greener at Home

7 Everyday Ways for Going Greener at Home

We all know by now that energy efficiency and sustainability practices are great ways to save money and protect our natural surroundings. A simple place to start is with a few basic changes in our everyday lives, from using more […]

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How to Get Rid of Waste – A Complete Guide

How to Get Rid of Waste – A Complete Guide

Every home has junk. Junk is a part of life and every day you will have to deal with it one way or another. The easiest way to do this is to simply throw everything in the trash can and […]

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Favorite Color Combinations: Red and Turquoise

Favorite Color Combinations: Red and Turquoise

If you want to turn up the volume in a room a bit, consider combining turquoise and red. The two colors are almost opposites (green and red are opposite colors; orange and blue are opposite colours ). The outcome is […]

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Design Dilemma: Where to Place the Media Center?

Design Dilemma: Where to Place the Media Center?

“The only place to put our TV is in an open area,” states Houzz consumer joanne000. “I’ve attempted a space divider and am not real thrilled.” How would you arrange the furniture about a media stand and its own television […]

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15 Ideas for Your Baby’s Nursery

15 Ideas for Your Baby’s Nursery

Have a baby on the way? First of all, congratulations! Second, have you begun thinking nursery? Renting a nursery is a fun and exciting way to get ready for baby, also it gives you the green light to re-do a […]

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40 Great Gifts for Gardeners

40 Great Gifts for Gardeners

We’ve been hunting high and low for the best gifts for gardeners. We’ve looked for conventional, for contemporary. For eco-friendly, for animal friendly. For stark white and incredibly vivid, and every color in between. Some of them finds will help […]

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Houzz Tour: Mid-century Modern on Cape Cod

Houzz Tour: Mid-century Modern on Cape Cod

What worked for 1948 society does not necessarily lend itself nicely to contemporary life, so when architect Mark Hammer was hired to add on to the Global Style house, he had some serious rearranging to do. “The house had a […]

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10 Fearless Ways With Zebra

10 Fearless Ways With Zebra

As one designer says below, folks seem to enjoy or despise wild zebra print; there’s not any in between. Maybe it brings up an anxiety of making your home look like Elvis’s Jungle Room in Graceland. Maybe an aversion to […]

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Tennis Anyone? Inspiration from Wimbledon

Tennis Anyone? Inspiration from Wimbledon

Is your neck tired from following all of the volleying going on in England at this time? Watching the oldest and most prestigious tennis tournament in the world gives me knee strain each time, even though the last time I […]

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