“Originally, we were just going to do the kitchen and master bedroom,” the homeowner says. “Then it all snowballed, as most home projects do. But I’m really happy with the results.”
The roads are fine, park ranger says.
Air-drying is the simplest and cheapest way to go about it, but other methods may be better for locking in the flowers’ colors.
“There’s nothing like being in a home and seeing what it looks like, and feels like — and even sounds like,” said Ted Ramm, owner of Ramm Construction.
Peg Pennell's works of art will be featured at Nebraska State Quilt Guild event in Kearney next weekend.
People often stop to see the garden and ask what is behind all the pink flowers and signs.
Peg Pennell is one of the preeminent fiber artists in Nebraska. She often uses things she sees in nature for inspiration. Her works are on display in Omaha and will be featured at the Nebraska State Quilt Guild even in Kearney next weekend.
Extension master gardeners have rescued many of the more interesting plants in two beds at Heartland of America Park before the wrecking ball arrives.
If you want to light the way, you’ll first have to choose from many lighting options, such as those made from aluminum, stainless steel and brass, and the designs are endless.
Products save a lot of time and can lower your electrical bills.
When it’s done well, it creates a perfect sense of harmony between the walls, countertops, cabinets and floors, one expert says.
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.
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.
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.
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.