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Candice Olson Kitchens & Baths

Talk about everything and the kitchen sink!

Hello Hydrangea!

With their billowy heads of pink, blue or white, hydrangeas dominate the garden, as they should. Technically a shrub, hydrangeas produce hefty flower buds, which can range in color between white, pink, purple, and blue or even a mixture of colors. Some varieties of hydrangeas can even change color.

Garden Plans For Our Area

Have you been thinking about starting a garden and didn’t know how to begin? We’ve asked local gardening experts to give you “templates for planting” to use as a guide. Whether you have in mind a colorful rain garden designed to utilize the natural rainfall in our region, a sunny cutting garden with a bountiful selection of blossoms for bouquets, or a simple shade garden, here are three plans to help you begin.

All Decked Out

New materials for updating or building a deck provide lots of options! When spring arrives to the Chesapeake Region, we’re eager to get outdoors. Around here, it’s “all hands on deck,” whether on our boats…or at our homes.

It’s a Man’s World in Home Décor

Home & Garden Editor Renee Houston Zemanski had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Summer Baltzer, interior designer and host of HGTV’s Design on Dime and TLC’s Unhinged to capture her thoughts on the latest design trends sweeping our nation.

Heading to Holly Hill

When driving down a picturesque dirt road in southern Anne Arundel County, an unassuming, T-shaped house emerges. Welcome to Holly Hill—a primitive, two-room structure when originally built in 1698 and one of only a few examples in Maryland of an architectural style known as Medieval Transitional.

What’s Up? with Antiques | Egg Cups

“There are two things I collect: horses and egg cups,” explains Davidsonville resident Sabine Joyce. “I started collecting egg cups twenty years ago. No one wanted them anymore.”

It’s Baaack…Wonderful Wallpaper

  Home & Garden Editor Renee Houston Zemanski had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Summer Baltzer, interior designer and host of HGTV’s Design on Dime and TLC’s Unhinged to capture her thoughts on the latest design trends sweeping our nation.

Gray is the New Tan

Home & Garden Editor Renee Houston Zemanski had the opportunity to meet one-on-one with Summer Baltzer, interior designer and host of HGTV’s Design on Dime and TLC’s Unhinged to capture her thoughts on the latest design trends sweeping our nation.

Creating Side Table Displays

It’s cold outside so think about the inside. How about recreating your interior design without a lot of work?

 

 

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