If you love the look of pine cones in the fall, but have a lighter color story in your home, it’s remarkably easy to lighten up this old classic. It’s as simple as water and bleach. Here’s now. First, gather up some dried pine cones and give them some cleaning. […]
To cure the winter blues, plant paperwhites right after Christmas. January can be a dull uneventful month but these easy-to-grow beauties are actually exciting to check in on each day
After years of skipping vacations, living outside of New York City instead of in the city, and doing home improvements ourselves instead of hiring out, We just bought a lake house in rural Pennsylvania! Follow the transformations, both big and small, right here!
Why? Because it’s pretty brilliant. You may never cook bacon the same way again. We don’t go posting videos about how to cook bacon every day, you know. (It isn’t the most gorgeous thing to look at on our homepage.) Still – we’re giving this method a go for Saturday’s breakfast.
Here’s one of my weaknesses: If I had the space, I could EASILY be a furniture hoarder. But if you found a chair like this just sitting there by a dumptser… wouldn’t YOU pick it up?!?
Everyone loves their home to look festive and fun during the holidays, but these days people are more apt to spend their extra money on gifts than garland. Here are some ideas from some great designers that might inspire you to fill your homes with cheer without breaking the bank.
Santa never looked so statuesque! This mantel takes ‘green’ in a beautiful, earthy direction that’s a unique approach to holiday color.
Take “keep it simple” to a beautiful extreme with a white tree with white lights. This spruce was given the flocking of it’s life, while the lights were on it, and placed in the corner with golden, sheer and shimmery fabric at the base.
This spring splash is deliciously fresh and crisp. No alcohol (although you can add a shot of vodka if you fancy) – just four simple ingredients and some ice. Here’s how to make it.
Most people know Calla Lilies. They’ve long been known as an iconic flower of Easter – their white blooms have been cultivated for the holiday since the early 20th century… so much so that many call them “Easter Lilies.” Over the years, though, they’ve frequently turned up at weddings and other […]