Month: June 2019

12 Sensational Skyline Views

One of the ironies of living is that a city is that everybody wants a view, but the majority of men and women consider a brick wall about ten feet out their window. Such was my first apartment in new york, and while my second flat overlooks a road, my only distant view is the […]

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Fund Your Home Product Idea With Kickstarter

Where do good ideas come from? More important, where do they move? People have good home design ideas all of the time. But most of the most newest ideas can not be bought at the store. Perhaps you have had a brilliant idea and thought, “I wish somebody would sell this”? Here is another thought: […]

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An Architect's 1901 Home in Pennsylvania

“Home renovations are like childbirth — quite debilitating but fast forgotten, overshadowed by the happiness of the finished product,” says architect Lenore Davies of Pripstein + Davies. After looking at nearly 50 homes, Lenore and Marc Davies eventually found what they were searching for: a 1901 gem in their dream place in Pennsylvania, surrounded by […]

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Guest Picks: Wooden Whimsy

Don’t you just love when lovely design and perform intersect? I’m always watching out for gorgeous toys and kids room decoration which both seem amazing and spark creativity. These wooden, whimsical wonders fit the bill. — Heather out of Cool Progeny Enchanted Tree – $350 Enchanted Trees out of Cocoon Couture are the epitome of […]

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16 Stunners In an English Garden Center

After a dry, benign winter in England, the weather fought in April. The country had the wettest April on record, and our gardens have endured. With the arrival of May, we’ve had a respite as well as a opportunity to repair winter damage and replant where required. The end result: Our garden facilities today are […]

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Iconic San Francisco Victorian Remodel

After surviving two major earthquakes — including the catastrophic one in 1906 — and many homeowners, this 1890 Victorian in San Francisco was in need of some TLC. Homeowner John Clarke Mills purchased the house with the intention of restoring and decorate it with sustainable materials and high tech capabilities. With four years of hard […]

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The Ecofriendly Kitchen: Light Your Kitchen Right

Smart kitchen lighting goes beyond replacing your old bulbs with more efficient models. Reducing energy consumed by lighting doesn’t have to be hard with a kitchen that’s designed for flexibility and uses their very energy-efficient lighting of natural daylight. Look to your light switches as an important place to conserve money and energy, because turning […]

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