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  • Underscore Architectural Element with Furniture By:-Fiona Creech
    Every house has some kind of architectural interest that gives it character and personality, whether it is graceful archways between rooms, richly detailed wood moldings, or medallions on the corners of window trim and beautiful built-in bookcases.
  • Bedside Tables Add Balance to Bedroom Decor By:-Fiona Creech
    Bedside tables, also called 'nightstands', are practical and nearly indispensable in the bedroom. They provide a place to set a lamp, a glass of water and other necessities, as well as decorative flourishes that give your bedroom personality.
  • The Purchasing Power of Produce : Four Tips to Growing a Small Garden for Fun and Sales By:-Lauren Spencer
    Keep in mind, too, your own commitment to gardening: some plants require more maintenance than others. If you love tomatoes but can't commit to keeping their suckers trimmed, it might be better to visit one of the many farmers around Santa Cruz. Lettuce, on the other hand can be grown year-round if re-seeded, is easy to grow, and can be grown in a relatively small space. Beets are great space savers because they do double-duty as a root vegetable with edible leaves.
  • Small Apartments: Claiming Every Bit of Space By:-Fiona Creech
    When working with small spaces, it's important to maximize every square inch to make the most of it. If you take a look at home decor websites or discussion boards, you'll find that making the most of one's storage options is a popular topic. If you have a small apartment space, here are some useful tips you can use to make the most of it.
  • The Condo Life: Entertaining Without a Lawn By:-Andy Asbury
    One of the perks of living in a condo is the reprieve from home maintenance activities like mowing the lawn and trimming the bushes. But the fact that condo owners do not have their own lawn can be a double-edged sword, especially when it comes to entertaining. In many areas where the spring, summer and fall weather allows it, people enjoy hosting outdoor events and parties. So what is a condo owner to do? Plenty, as it turns out.
  • Make Your Yard A Haven For Wildlife By:-Lauren Spencer
    If you are fortunate enough to have a sizeable garden or yard, you may like to consider planting some attractive berry-bearing plants such as Blue Elderberry, Hollyleaf Cherry or Toyon, providing energy-rich food for hungry birds. The flowers of the California Buckeye are legendary among west coast wildlife gardeners for their appeal to butterflies, especially those magnificent orange and black Monarchs.
  • Ten Things to Know About Lofts By:-Andy Asbury
    Downtown lofts are one of the hottest real estate trends today. Many people love their homes, and loft owners are no different. But it is rare to hear anyone rave about the life their home gives them like loft owners do. For those who embrace it, living in a loft is truly a lifestyle. Following are 10 things you should know about lofts.
  • Traditional Style in an Urban High-Rise By:-Fiona Creech
    Decorating should be a fun and creative endeavor, and part of what makes decorating so much fun is having the opportunity to bend the 'rules' and create a space that truly reflects your style and personality.
  • The Best Part of Living in a Loft By:-Andy Asbury
    When many people think about urban lofts, they picture a wide-open space that serves a variety of purposes. And while not every loft is constructed in such a fashion, many - probably the majority - are. So for the purposes of this article, that's what we're talking about. The best part of living in a loft like that: Options.
  • What to Consider When Furnishing a Condo By:-Andy Asbury
    If you are like many people who buy a condo, you looked at the unit, fell in love with it, and decided to buy it. You are well on your way to enjoying the condo lifestyle, but many people get tripped up when they think about how to furnish their new home. If they are downsizing, they suddenly wonder where everything will go. And if they're buying a home for the first time, they wonder how they're going to fill it up. In both instances, a little moderation is a good thing.
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