Change up your landscape, from large to small scale projects The interest in landscaping has exploded recently like the weeds in your backyard. For some, the mere mention of the word garden is enough to elicit a cringe, while for others, it creates a surge of energy. If you’re in the latter group, and maybe
When the weather begins to get warm, all I can think about is staying outside as long as possible. Ensuring the outside of my home is reflective of the inside makes that a lot more likely. Here are a few fun, summery pieces, each with their own twist: styles like bohemian, classic, and modern
I bought my first cactus and succulent combination nine years ago. I was shopping in a ridiculously niche grocery store for work — right out of the pages of a magazine, the type we use to describe millennials. Jalapeño jam, miso cookies, and dukkah were placed at eye level, as if they were pantry necessities. The
A quick little guide to some of today’s most adorable indoor plants I can’t be alone in noticing how the same few plants keep showing up in styled home photos and in exterior landscaping. While the names may evade most of us, the world of greenery is vast and has its own hierarchy of trends.
Cochranslumber.com We’ve all seen those magnets that read, “Good moms have sticky floors, messy kitchens, and happy kids.” I may or may not be a good mom, but no doubt, I am a happier and more relaxed mommy when my house feels cleaner. We are currently renovating our house, and my goal in designing it
Keeping your sitting areas clean, cozy, and inviting through the spring and summer seasons Sohohome.com Spring cleaning doesn’t seem to be a popular concept in our communities — we do our deep cleaning before Pesach and our flower decor at Shavuos, and then before we know it summer is upon us and we get busy