Mannequins dressed in botanicals are showstoppers at weekend event.
The Main Street building was one that Tyler Curnes' parents had tried to buy two decades before unsuccessfully. And though it sat abandoned and held bad structural surprises now, the artist saw nothing but opportunity.
More homeowners are opting to upgrade that area of the house.
About one-third of your lifetime is spent asleep, so why settle for a bad sleeping arrangement?
Curb appeal is as important as the interior of your home. It’s the first thing people will see. Then move inside to make it welcoming, too.
Horticulturists and tree experts have been the retirees' primary teachers the past 23 years.
A funeral doesn't make sense to this 90-year-old Omahan and his wife, so they're celebrating his life while they're still around to celebrate.
Whirlwind weekend gives foursome a taste of the area; a return trip is going to be a must.
The old Loveland cottage had been renovated through the years. But it underwent a Texas-sized makeover when some former Omahans decided to return home from the longhorn state.
Originally meant just to fix up the master bedroom and kitchen, their renovation snowballs to include the entire house.
Bring on those regional foods and wine!
You can use fruit or try the cream version.
Upholstery is one of Metro Community College's classes in the lost arts. Weaving, pottery, leather work and ceramics are others.
Savoring a cold beer and warm brat is certainly a winning combination. But as a butcher and all-around saus-onado (aka sausage aficionado), I have to say simmering brats in beer is a lose-lose situation.
The house in Benson satisfied all of their must-haves. Then the Hootons had to tackle every room to turn it in to the house they dreamed about.
The Hootons wanted a ranch, a deck, room for the piano, a home office, a dressing room, a band room and a walk-out basement. They got it all.
Tyler Curnes and his family turn an old automobile service station into a work of art, for art.
Explore a total house redo in the Loveland area, travel along as an old gas station becomes a studio and check out a Benson house that is being transformed, from the inside out.
This chair, found years ago in an antique mall downtown, is transformed from a wreck to a showstopper.
If their mountain retreat RV isn’t your thing, you could also check out their Flip Flop Inn, another RV transformed for when the Richlings visit family in Florida.
Officers delivered a red citation with a heart cut out of it to the recently married couple.
The guerrilla Omaha artist is fine with people claiming the images for their own.
Hosted by local furniture store hutch, the event will be held in North Downtown on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
There’s a remedy for restroom spatial and clutter challenges. It involves thinking outside the box — or, more specifically, over the toilet. Therein lies unclaimed real estate that can prove priceless as a storage solution.
Contenders are water-resistant (no slipping on a wet floor), highly durable (lots of traffic in and out) and stylish (many colors and patterns).
More than 40 gardens, museums, greenhouses, wineries, gift shops and farmers markets will be part of the tour that stretches along U.S. Highways 75 and 77 from Omaha to Sioux City, Iowa, including one meticulously planted by a retired Omaha principal.
Andy and Royce Morse's May wedding, which included a tear-inducing toast from former husband Phil Leibhart, will be featured on UPtv’s original series “Our Wedding Story’’ on Aug. 29 at 8 p.m. The episode is titled “Small Town, Big Love.’’
Perennials, fruit tress and hostas, of course, rapidly appeared in the sea of grass.
Clutter is the enemy. It will make a small space look even smaller, and you’ll never be able to find what you’re looking for when you need it.
Barbara Green was amazed when she first walked through the residence in Dundee. Built in 1911, it was a boarding house before becoming the rectory for St. Margaret Mary. It reverted to a family home when the parish moved west.
Jonathan Nikkila has been obsessed since he first saw a red bug on an asparagus he'd planted in Michigan several years ago and wondered what it was.