Hamster Wheel Garden Wreath

Even in the event that you don’t have time to care for a full-fledged garden, it is still possible to have a little green in your lifetime. Houseplants and window boxes are common alternatives, but wreaths and garlands are usually overlooked after Christmas. Try crafting a living wreath of tough succulents to hang on your […]

Winter Home Makeover: Now's Hottest Hues

Turn a dull room to a beautiful one with a number of the latest colors in the decorating world today. Which one are you thinking about for your home? More: Choose Your Favorite Hue From Our Color Hall of Fame Abbe Fenimore Studio Ten 25 Teal. Don’t be terrified of this bold peacock blue colour […]

A Modern Take on Crafts and Arts

Everything started 16 decades ago when architect and surfer Richard Bubnowski bought a small Arts and Crafts cottage in Point Pleasant, New Jersey. He turned the garage into a surf shack and tinkered with the main house for years. Then as he was getting ready to shingle it cedar, his future wife Diana threw out […]

Stone Works Wonders

If you’ve ever taken a shovel to the soil in Pennsylvania, you can understand why bluestone and brownstone are two of the nation’s great exports. The ground is filled with stones and rocks, ripe for crafting home designs. If you reside in a locale that is not chock-full of rocks, you are still able to […]

7 Ways to Make the Front Entry Matter Again

The front entry of a home was the first impression people see when they come and visit. However, since the current garages get larger with 3 to 4 car bays, the garage door is gradually dominating front of a house, and it is becoming harder for visitors to know where to go as soon as […]

Guest Groups: 20 Unique Golden Accesories

For me, nothing says drop more than the heat of golden tones. Check out some of my favourite home accessories that are sure to add some luxury and glam to any area. — Maria Fe out of Layers of Meaning Design Within Reach Etch Candleholder – $55 If you are looking to add some air […]

Give Me a Wall, a Roof, or a House of Glass

Sometime around one year ago, I sat down and typed one of my first articles for . This was the dead of winter and sky was washed in a palette of exhausted grays. The bleak atmosphere quickly became rather regular, and soon I started seeking the sunlight soaked rooms of my home. It got me […]