It seems many Americans who are stuck staring at their walls have decided the pandemic gives them a good reason to pretty them up.
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Painting is one of the quickest and cheapest ways to transform a room – and it seems like one of the simplest, too. Except it isn’t. Not exactly.
We see people really investing in home and appreciating interior design and professional services. Also, a movement away from cold minimalism toward a cozier, warmer and more personal environment.
The wallpaper starts at $50 a roll and can be purchased at FiveThirty Home at 205 S. Main St. in Zionsville.
When people don’t take the time to develop an investment strategy—generally because they don’t want to see how far behind they are—they’re more likely to adopt an “anything goes” philosophy.
These sparkly framed art pieces would be the perfect thing to tuck into a bookcase amid some family collectables or add to a gallery wall for that little something extra.
Today, we have shattered the paradigms of wine and food pairings. The traditional Euro-American diet of “meat and three” has expanded to include Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Indian and Sichuan, to name a few.
Magnolia Network, which replaces the DIY Network, will feature original shows, new seasons of some DIY series and all past episodes of the home renovation show “Fixer Upper,” which first aired on HGTV in 2013 and proved the start of a brand that’s undergoing major expansion.
I believe the ability to change your personal financial philosophy is a wonderful privilege that many people simply ignore, if not deny.
Life will never be perfect, “but you can do your best for each day, even just one little load of laundry.”
“Hitting the wall” is a running metaphor, describing the phenomenon of suddenly running out of energy partway through a long race. And the pandemic has been a super-marathon: We’re heading toward Month 12, one complete lap around the calendar.
The new show, called “Waffles + Mochi,” launches March 16 and will be “all about good food: discovering it, cooking it, and of course, eating it,” the former first lady posted on Instagram on Tuesday. The 20-minute episodes will combine live action and puppets, and Obama will be a series regular.
This Art Deco-inspired two-tiered brass cart features a mango wooden top and a built-in ice bucket.
The home at 410 Somerset Drive West in the Somerset Hills neighborhood is listed at $849,900 and marketed by Encore Sotheby’s International Realty in Carmel.
I have taught a course on parenting over 60 times in the past 20 years and never have parents needed to rely upon their reserves like they do now during this pandemic. This is hard. And we all need help getting through this challenging time.
In 2021, though, thanks in large part to a pandemic that has all of us spending more time at home, people are clamoring for versatility, comfort and a return to tradition. Think of these as anti-trend trends.
His latest show on HGTV, “Ty Breaker,” helps conflicted homeowners decide whether to overhaul their home or find another property to renovate.