Spring is a time of renewal, and nowhere is that represented more clearly than in the garden. After a long and cold winter, it’s time to get back to the land, and 2014 offers a blooming bounty of new varieties of vegetables that require less water, stand up to heat better and are often able to be thrive in smaller spaces, making them ideal for more green thumbs.
Wallpaper has made a comeback during the past few years and added plenty of upgrades, according to interior design experts. As an alternative to paint, wallpaper can bring color and texture to any room and do so in an eco-friendly way.
If you’ve ever received a waffle iron for a gift and thought, “How many times am I going to make Belgian waffles?,” this story is for you.
What’s a window but a blank space in the wall? Want more? Add a window treatment like shades, shutters or blinds to add style, warmth and privacy.
Bloggers have their fingers on the pulse of home design. They live it, breathe it and want to share their thoughts. So what’s in store for spring 2014? What will we see in furniture showrooms and buy for our homes?
No matter where you live, there’s plenty to do to get your lawn to go from dormant to green as quickly as possible.
Want to get more out of your garden? Grow stronger, healthier plants in all sorts of weather? Consider building your own greenhouse.
What’s right above your head tends to get overlooked. The ceiling — the fifth wall — can be mundane or outstanding depending on what you do with it.
Dave Granlund cartoon on Obama and Republicans.
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