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Monthly Archives: July 2012


Hiding Behind A Railing at Building Moxie

Today you can find me over at the Building Moxie Blog with part of the ongoing saga of remodeling a home. I go through the same trials of home ownership as anyone else.  Personal projects are sometimes worse because we … Read More




Good Kitchen Seating Has Your Back

Backless seating is rarely comfortable. Whether you choose table, counter or bar height seating – select kitchen seating with a back.




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Loving The Range Rover Evoque

Range Rover finally designed and engineered a car for the type of driving people really do and relevant creature comforts of the normal public.




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Light Up Your Driveway or Patio For Free

Imagine driveway or patio lights beefy enough to drive on but so simple they don’t require electrical skills.




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4 Qualities of Gold Medal Hallways and Stairways

Hallways and stairways must move people first, decoration comes second… unless you prefer a traffic jam.




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Easy Mosaic Tile Backspash Is DIY Worthy

Artist and mosaic tile guru Susan Jablon has created over 130 pre-designed tile blends to coordinate with Cambria Quartz surfaces.




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Men and Their Wheel Obsessions Are Nothing New

What is it about wheels and rims which make men weak in the knees and open their wallets?  I guess it is no different than a woman preferring a Chanel 2.55 to a pedestrian handbag.  Flip the pages of any … Read More




Agents of Cool: 3 Chic Outdoor Covers to Stay Under

Outdoor umbrellas and shades to ensure you not only stay cool but look cool too.




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Souvenir Shopping For Home Decor

Summer is for travel, fun, relaxing and surprising discoveries.  While we’ve moved on from the trinkety souvenirs of adolescence, the guilty pleasure of bringing home a home decor object we’ve uncovered while on vacation allows us to relive our travels … Read More




Use Vintage Furniture to Give a Room Soul

Make your interiors interesting by using vintage and antique furniture.




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