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Farm-Fresh Design

Our trip proved very successful, providing fresh flavors, a number of crafts that served both practical as well as interior design related purposes, and even a bit of unexpected entertainment to top it all off.

Can My Hardwood Floors Be Saved?

Some wood floors are impressively resilient, and if they have updated sealants, they might be salvageable even when they're obviously warped.

16 Everyday Uses for Toothpaste

Toothpaste has some amazing household and personal uses. These 16 toothpaste uses will have you reaching for a tube next time you're in a pickle.

10 Tips to Help You Save Money on Groceries

Think you need to spend a bundle to eat healthy foods? These tips will help you stay on-budget and prepare wholesome meals that the whole family will love.

Wood Flooring for Pet Owners

Pets, particularly dogs, are notorious for scratching up wood flooring. They can slip on wood flooring too, especially when they get older.

12 Smart and Cheap Ways to Organize Your Refrigerator

How often do you sift through your refrigerator looking for the little jar?Here are 12 different tips on how to organize your refrigerator cheaply and smart.

23 Amazing Uses for Banana Peels

Next time you eat a banana - preserve the peel! We never realize the diverse uses this fruit has. Here are a range of fantastic uses for this versatile peel.

Colonial Shutters

Summers in Savannah tend to be humid with many thunderstorms, and about half of Savannah's rainfall for the year falls June through September, which is typical of monsoon-type climates. Also typical of this climate are hurricanes, and Savannah is vulnerable to them. Colonial shutters protect Savannah homes and still stay historically accurate.

Things to Consider When Buying an Historic Home

There are many things to think about and understand when purchasing a home. And when purchasing an historic home, that list often gets much longer.

Determining The Authenticity of Cast Iron

Resilient to abuse and versatile by nature, 'Cast' iron was so named because it is made by 'casting' (pouring) molten iron into a mold. The 1830's through the middle of the 1850's was a period when cooking vessels - and the stoves on which to cook with them - were made of cast iron, and made in abundance. Fanciful castings were also in great demand during this time for windows, furniture and lawn decorations.

Layer Your Bed

The mood of the bedroom starts with the bed. Your bed is typically the largest piece of furniture in your bedroom and therefore your eye is automatically drawn there first. Here is where your personal taste can take on a flare of it's own. Your decorating begins with the bed.

5 Ways to Create a Cozy Reading Nook for Kids

Think reading needs to be relegated to the couch or a bed? With a little creativity, you can create cozy reading nooks the whole family can enjoy. .

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