The garden, filled with memories from trips abroad, complements a Fairacres home's mid-1930s Mediterranean architecture.
Homeowner and designer collaborate to create sophisticated style in Gretna home.
Repairing cracks prolongs the life of driveways and sidewalks
“I’m Type A, and I wanted a home for everything I own,” Candace Kalasky said. “I made a list of all my bowls, pots and pans and then made a list of where I wanted them to go.”
The furniture makers aren't just on trend - they're ahead of it.
Rachel Boshart and husband Matt's most recent renovation shows creativity, resourcefulness and plenty of good humor.
Once the last of the winter snow melts, nodding clusters of pink buds and sky-blue flowers are never far behind.
One of the first signs of spring, but far too rare both in the wild and in planted landscapes, is pasque flower. The beautiful flowers, in shades of blue to violet, sometimes open when snow is still on the ground.
Leonard Brown joined the bindery in 1990 and became owner in 2007, taking over for his father, Robert, who had run it since the 1970s. Robert's own father bought the shop in 1953. Although the shop's owners have changed over the years, the book-binding process itself hasn't changed much through the centuries.
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