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Not Your Granny’s Wallpaper

When it comes to changing the look of a room, a homeowner’s first instinct is usually to repaint. Paint can be inexpensive, and often, it seems like a do-it-yourself job. But maybe it’s time to reconsider wallpaper – in all…

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5 Steps to a Home Refresh

Today’s families want a comfortable living space that is aesthetically pleasing, yet functional. I often meet with clients in their homes and they have an idea of what they want, but don’t know where to start. Before you embark on…

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7 Gift Ideas That Grow on You

With graduations, First Communions, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day, the next few months are full of gift-giving opportunities! This year, don’t overlook plants. They can make great gifts, and the fond memory of your present grows each year. Not only…

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Furnishing the Great Outdoors

My husband likes building, moving, and rearranging things outdoors. He particularly likes moving really big rocks with the front-end loader on his tractor. When he is not mowing our yard, he is moving rocks and creating outside spaces with various…

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Getting Organized at Home

If you have resolved to get organized in the new year, you are not alone. Along with eating better and exercising, getting organized is a perennial favorite on the resolution list. We know that better habits make us healthier and…

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Tips for a Kitchen Refresh

We all see the home renovation shows that allow a major kitchen remodel to miraculously take place within a 30-minute program. Sure, sometimes the best solution is to rip everything out down to the studs (or even further) and start…

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Garden Winterizing

During October, the gardening season is winding down and it’s time to attend to a few details. With a bit of maintenance now, your garden will pass through winter unscathed and emerge ready for another wonderful growing season. Let’s get…

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Healthy Plants for a Healthy World

Many plants in local landscapes are rebounding from this past winter. The erratic temperatures killed back the above-ground portions of plants we love, such as hydrangeas, gardenias, and boxwood. The good news is these plants will rebound as new growth…

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Planning for Planting: After the Snow

For many gardeners, January is a perfect follow-up to the holidays when new gifts of seed and plant catalogs arrive in the mailbox almost daily. The crisp, colorful pages, filled with bouquets of flowers and mouth-watering fruits and vegetables, spark…

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