From A Distance – March 07, 2017

If you moved out of the country and are tasked with decorating a new home, it can be tough to figure out where to start. Depending on the country you’ve moved to, there might be a substantial language barrier or there may be resources you’re not accustomed to.
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Going Retro – February 5, 2017

It wasn’t long ago that I was a child, walking into my parents’ dining room to find a table filled with these delightful recipes. They were all quite trendy at the time, and many of these dishes were served at every dinner party we attended.Today, I find myself bringing these recipes back and including them in my own entertaining.
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The Ancient City Awaits – January 24, 2017

ABOVE: The gorgeous Spanish Colonial architecture is just one of the reasons to visit the ancient city of St. Augustine. FROM LEFT: Sample artisanal spirits at St. Augustine Distillery; take breakfast by the fountain at St. George Inn; enjoy private beachfront dining at Beachcomber Cottages.
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Adorned in Green – November 4, 2016

The right garden accent or ornament can transform a ho-hum space into a showstopper. Ornaments are brilliant for emphasizing a garden’s strong features, as well as for expanding or shrinking the perceived size of a space. A small statue or urn on a pedestal at the end of a path makes the path appear longer, while a large ornament can make the path seem shorter.
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Modern Vintage – October 28, 2016

Making new construction feel homey is challenging. But Jill Goldberg, owner of Boston-based Hudson Interior Designs, was up to the challenge. Of course it also helped that the owners of this Dover, Massachusetts home collect antiques and other unique finds. Pairing the homeowners’ existing pieces with others that Goldberg found helped her fashion a modern home with a vintage feel.
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Super Saver – October 21, 2016

American automobile icon Lee Iacocca once said that a great deal is a state of mind. But it’s also a great look for your checking account. Because, let’s be honest—who doesn’t love a good discount or freebie? The biggest factor in snagging that great sale, though, is less about putting that 50 percent off into motion than it is simply tracking it down. So where do you start when it comes to finding the very best deal on just about everything online these days? Heed these bits of discount wisdom for Internet shopping before clicking “buy” so you can reap the very best deals out there.
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color confluence – October 14, 2016

It takes a special talent to turn a dated bungalow into something more memorable. But for Maria Killam, a Vancouver, British Columbia–based decorator and color expert, it’s just another creative challenge. Killam, whose many titles include popular blogger, skillfully shows that giving her 2,000-square-foot house a major overhaul made it “home sweet home” indeed.
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when in europe – October 7, 2016

Janie Hirsch approached this new project differently than she ever had before. This time, the Atlanta-based designer was going to design the interiors and architectural elements just as she would want them for her very own home.
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niagara falls – September 30, 2016

The world’s enchantment with Niagara Falls began in the 1800s when Jerome Bonaparte (Napoleon’s brother) honeymooned there and gave it his stamp of approval. Bordering the Canadian province of Ontario and western New York state, Niagara Falls has been enticing honeymooners ever since. With the American Falls on the US side and the Horseshoe Falls on the Canadian side, the nostalgic ’50s-vibe of the little town of Niagara Falls, Ontario is sure to seduce all who visit.
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