Throw away your Swiffer Wet Jets, toss out your mops and buckets–here is a product that works brilliantly, saves time and money, and is currently 39% off at Amazon–the Rubbermaid Reveal Mop Spray!
Adler’s home decorating book is called “My Prescription for Anti-Depressive Living” and it delivers. He’s all about using colors and décor that surprises and puts a smile on your face.
We often forget the interior of our homes when it comes to gardening. Sure, flower arrangements and a small plant here or there are included for aesthetics or even as a matter of air quality, but a great architectural tree or plant can bring focus to a room just like a beautiful painting would.
It’s that time of year. The snow is melting (if you’re lucky) and it’s time to welcome spring, and with it, spring cleaning. We know: Yuck. Who wants to spend the first warm days of the year cleaning out closets, deleting old files or rummaging through the garage?
Shhhhhh….don’t tell anyone, but I am about to tell you some secrets! Most people that have a garden designer work at their home are unaware of the interesting process of creating the final plan. I will let you know our secret ways…if you promise not to tell!
Searching for homes can put you under a lot of pressure. Believe it or not, the majority of home shoppers do wait until the last minute to find a home to fit themselves into before they run out of options. But, there are new ways save you time on a go.
All I knew about Rick Allen was that he is the one-armed drummer of Def Leppard. And then I saw the 11 pieces from his drum art collection Electric Hand: Rhythm + Change, and wanted to know more. There is something ethereal in what came out of his sessions… almost otherworldly.
I am a cross stitcher. There, I said it. I am a proud cross stitcher. There, I said it with more feeling. According to Time Wasters, the bible of the craft industry, cross stitchers make up one out of every 145,672 people of the world population.
As the summer once again comes to an end, college students are packing up and headed to begin the school year. Many of these eager freshmen will face the task of turning their boring and standard dorm room into a personal space of their own to call home
I’ve been a collector for as long as I can remember. I had a souvenir spoon collection when I was a kid. I had a brief venture into postcards. Then I discovered a fondness for kitschy teapots and pulp paperbacks from the 1940s.
If you walk into Liz Gordon’s shop, Liz’s Antique Hardware in Los Angeles, you might think you’ve entered a cave of treasures. Shiny brass doorknobs, large skeleton keys, drawer pulls with just the right patina, Art Deco hinges and hardware, milk glass light fixtures and intricately carved switchplates