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February, the longest month of winter for gardeners

Snowdrop blooms in the sun I think gardeners might have a bit of a warped sense of time. We think that February is the longest month of the year. It is four weeks, plus an extra day this year, of nearly interminable waiting for March. Now, I do know that for

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6 Perfectly Minimalistic Black And White Interiors

Minimalism isn't going out of style any time soon. It's more than just an aesthetic - it's a philosophy, a lifestyle, and an art form. Getting started is as simple as decluttering and adopting a function-first approach to interior design but perfecting the minimalist style requires deep thought into the composition

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DIY-ify: Mini Wreath Gift Decoration DIY

I know it’s still Winter, but it was so dreary outside I felt like I needed a bit of colorful Spring in my life. I have these flowers that I photographed back during warmer weather and I decided to pull them out to brighten up this week’s DIY project. They are

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7 Bedroom Designs To Inspire Your Next Favorite Style

Bedrooms are the perfect place to experiment with a new interior design style. They tend to be private and set away from the rest of the home, a wonderful catalyst of personal expression. Today's top bedroom trends are bolder and more adventurous than ever so there's never been a better time

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Home-Canned Tomatoes: A Tantalizing Taste of Nature in Winter by Evelyn Hadden

You may remember I'm an ultra-beginner at canning. Luckily, I am learning from my sister, who has spent years learning from others and experimenting to perfect her own techniques. Not to mention she has a large kitchen stocked with all the necessary equipment. So I give you Ultra-Beginner Tip #1: find

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Two Apartments With Sleek Grayscale Interiors

Neutral color themes are beloved for being straightforward and quite approachable. Neutrals are easy to coordinate, simple to adapt, and they pair with a nearly unlimited variety of accent colors. Grayscale interiors offer just the right amount of challenge - especially when it comes to striking balance between light and dark

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Vintage Living: Modern Takes On Macrame

I am not sure if you’ve heard the news, but the 70′s influence is making its way back into home décor this year, in a big way. In my last article I shared one of my favorite design elements of this era, you can find it HERE. Growing up in the

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A Modern Scandinavian Inspired Apartment With Ingenius Features

Designed by the Polish creative agency PLASTERLINA, this Warsaw apartment takes an innovative approach to the ever-popular Scandinavian style. The open plan living space retains the natural materials and clean lines of traditional Scandinavian-inspired interiors, but the designers chose eschew the typical all white palette in favor of a more dramatic

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Building a Dream House: Farmhouse-Inspired Chandeliers

We ordered most of the lights for the Dream House long before we needed them. Because our construction took longer than we expected it to, lots of things like light fixtures, drawer pulls, and medicine cabinets, sat around in boxes in our garage waiting and waiting and waiting to be added

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Seeds Give-Away by Thomas Christopher

"Plant the Seeds, Frame the Art!" When Ken Greene founded the Hudson Valley Seed Library a dozen years ago at the Gardiner (NY) Library, it was the first seed library hosted by any public library in the United States. The concept was that patrons could borrow seeds in the spring, grow

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