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Annie Thornton
March 1, 2015 7
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...
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...
10 Top Mid-Atlantic Native Plants
Curtis Adams | February 28, 2015 1
The mid-Atlantic region of the U.S. has a rich diversity of native plants appropriate for use in the residential landscape. The four-season climate allows for distinct seasons, with spring a welcome and noticeable change from winter, and summer long...
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Beets
Marianne Lipanovich | February 28, 2015 24
If you know only canned beets, then beets from the fall or spring garden will be a surprise. First, they come in different shapes, from round to more oblong, and an array of colors. There’s the traditional deep red, but you can also find yellow, gold,...
To-Dos: Your March Home Checklist
Laura Gaskill | February 28, 2015 14
With the first day of spring coming up on March 20, the time has come in many areas to start shedding winter layers and encourage new growth. Whether the view out your window this month is of a snowy wonderland or something springy and green, these 10...
9 Dark Wall Colors to Suit Your Mood
Becky Harris | February 28, 2015 16
I wish I had a dollar for every time I describe something as “light and airy.” I love a light and airy space. Most people love a light and airy space. They commission designers to create light and airy out of dark and musty. A large percentage of...
Shop Houzz: Frank Gehry and His Influence
Houzz | February 28, 2015
Canadian-born architect Frank Gehry may be best known for his fantastical, gravity-defying buildings, but the designer, who now lives in Los Angeles, has also had a major impact on interior design. From Gehry’s creativity with unusual textiles to his...
Orchids 101: Frilly Oncidiums Dance Their Way to Center Stage
Marianne Lipanovich | February 28, 2015
Whether you know them as dancing dolls, dancing ballerinas or simply spray orchids, oncidiums and their related members in the Oncidium alliance are popular both as long-blooming houseplants and long-lasting cut flowers. They may be a bit fussy...
My Houzz: Relaxing Retreat on a River in Maine
Faith Towers | February 28, 2015 6
Karen Roos and Charles LeCompte’s home perched on the shores of the Piscataqua River in Eliot, Maine, was not always quite so modern. The two-story home was built as a kit house in 1932 and had not changed significantly when the couple...
Great Design Plant: Helianthus Petiolaris
Benjamin Vogt | February 27, 2015 3
Sunflowers can help landscapes focused on attracting pollinating insects and other wildlife through the seasons. The diversity of insects they attract with their pollen and nectar is astounding, and many birds and other creatures feed on...
Cool-Season Vegetables: How to Grow Spinach
Marianne Lipanovich | February 27, 2015 6
Spinach is the ultimate cool-season crop; it bolts quickly once it encounters hot weather, which is anything above 75 degrees, or even if the days get too long. However, it’s great for spring, fall and even winter in mild climates. And there are some...
Why Design Loves a Mirror
Dominic Bagnato | February 27, 2015 20
Mirrors date back to ancient times when shiny metals and still pools of water were used to see one’s own image. However, mirrors are more than shards of glass that reflect the image in front. Designers long ago discovered the wonderful properties of...
6 Decades-Old Designs That Look Better Than Ever
Janet Dunn | February 27, 2015 16
There’s an unwritten fashion rule that if you can remember wearing it, don’t touch it when it has a revival. This applies to mini-skirts, denim jumpsuits, hot pants and white vinyl boots. Luckily, it doesn’t apply to the world of interiors, as we...
Kitchen of the Week: Casual Equestrian Feel on a Horse Farm
Becky Harris | February 27, 2015 61
“This is just a happy, happy house,” says designer Heather Alton. But it wasn’t always that way. When a newly divorced mother of three bought the property, she was drawn to the flat land and barn that was perfect for her horses, but the dilapidated...
Shop Houzz: New York City Style
Houzz | February 27, 2015
With more than 8 million people calling it home, New York City boasts a style of urban living like no other. New Yorkers are well read and beyond hip, and their homes (no matter how small) effortlessly blend a little grit with a creative bohemian spirit....
My Houzz: Contemporary Home Hugs a Central Courtyard
Lucy Call | February 27, 2015 17
Vincent and Pam Oles didn’t have far to go when they moved into their contemporary home. Vincent, an architect, had designed and built their new house on the vacant lot they owned next door in the Sugarhouse neighborhood of Salt Lake City. Vincent...
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