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Kate Burt
March 2, 2015 3
Unless you’re moving into your first-ever home, it’s unusual to come to a new house and need to start pretty much from scratch. But that’s exactly how it was for interior designer...
Unless you’re moving into your first-ever home, it’s unusual to come to a new house and need to start pretty much from scratch. But that’s exactly how it was for interior designer...
Could You Live in a Tiny House?
Laura Gaskill | March 2, 2015 16
While still a bit of an oddity, there is no doubt that the tiny house is becoming increasingly popular. Whether you crave more financial freedom, wish to reduce your impact on the environment or...
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Chard
Marianne Lipanovich | March 2, 2015 31
Chard, also called Swiss chard, is a bright star of the fall garden. If you take a look at the leaves of its cousin, the beet, you can see a family resemblance. But unlike beets, chard doesn’t wait for you to notice it in the garden. It easily reaches...
Shop Houzz: Dr. Seuss Decor for Kids of All Ages
Houzz | March 2, 2015
For more than 75 years, children’s author and illustrator Theodor Seuss Geisel has excited imaginations with his wild, wacky worlds. Featuring zany colors and patterns, the characters and motifs from beloved books like The Cat in the Hat can...
New Pool House Comes by Its Weathered Look Naturally
Becky Harris | March 2, 2015 10
Don’t let this pool house fool you. Though it looks as though it’s been nestled into this Texas Hill Country site since the frontier days, it’s brand new. Around the time this antique-loving family was looking to build a unique structure north of...
Room of the Day: Concrete Block Goes Chic in a Living Room
Mary Jo Bowling | March 2, 2015 5
When designers Kiera Kushlan and Jessica Centella tackled this bachelor’s condo, they were faced with an unusual design element: an entire wall of concrete block accented by two bands of black tile. Before being converted into private residences, the...
My Houzz: Elegant Redo of a Hollywood Spanish Colonial
Carolyn Reyes | March 2, 2015 15
Having grown up in a 600-year-old manor house in the Scottish countryside, movie and TV producer Guy J. Louthan is no stranger to the TLC an older home requires. So when he got the opportunity to restore a 1909 Spanish gem in the Hollywood Hills, he signed...
Storage Tricks for Those Who Love Their Stuff
Lara Sargent | March 1, 2015 5
I love my stuff and want to surround myself with all my glorious bits and bobs and keepsake treasures every hour of every day. And I buy things because I adore them — from folksy vintage tins and battered picture frames to pretty glass bottles and old...
Houzz Tour: A Custom-Made Tiny House for Skiing and Hiking
Mitchell Parker | March 1, 2015 19
Ethan Waldman jokes that building and moving into his 200-square-foot house was his mid-midlife crisis. He was just 26 years old and working a desk job he hated when he decided to take a month-long sabbatical to ride his bike...
6 Steps to Creating Your Butterfly Garden
Debbie Ballentine | March 1, 2015 5
Butterflies are among the most beloved insects. Someone once called them flying flowers. They float, they flutter and they dazzle us with their colors. We relish their dance of spring. Then there’s the bad news: Because of pesticides and habitat loss,...
Shop Houzz: Best Lamps Under $100
Houzz | March 1, 2015 2
The right lamp can add so much to a room, way beyond the light that comes from it. Lamps help define the style of a room, adding a functional accent. We know that a good lamp is hard to find, so we pulled together some of our favorite affordable desk,...
Houzz Tour: New Mexico House Grows With a Designing Family
Becky Harris | March 1, 2015 17
Decorator Heather French and her builder husband, Matt, are well matched. Some of Heather’s most beloved pieces are things she saved up for and bought as a design-obsessed teenager. Matt has been building since he was 12. And both have been avid DIYers...
10 Rise-and-Shine Color Combos for Breakfast Nooks
Laura Gaskill | March 1, 2015 15
The breakfast nook — it’s where you settle in with your first cup of coffee, wait for your toast to toast and read the paper on a Saturday morning. Shouldn’t it look as cheerful as you hope to be after downing your cuppa? From paint color ideas...
Spring Gardens Are Waking — Here's What to Do in March
Annie Thornton | March 1, 2015 16
Clean your pruners and get out your gardening gloves. Spring is here, bringing longer days, fresh blooms and annual garden chores. In the Pacific Northwest and Southwest, it’s time to prune trees. Early bulbs and wildflowers are peeking their heads...
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