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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?

Pining fir a colorful winter? Consider planting evergreens

Life still abounds in winter even though most trees are bare, flowers are gone and many birds have migrated. Evergreens, ignored most of the year and out dressed by other trees dazzling us with blazing autumn hues, now take center stage. Their greens and blues feed eyes hungry for color.

Time to Organize

January is typically the time for organizing your home. Here are some quick tips to get you started!

Steps To Success With Bulbs

As the days draw shorter and the nights cool down, it's time to get ready for the fall bulb planting ritual.

Serene Waters | Today's Trendiest Fountains

Some of today’s trendiest fountains do not mist, glow, or reflect projected images behind a curtain of colored water. Instead, they are composed of natural materials and simple forms designed, like Basho’s famous haiku, to isolate the serene sound of water.

Divine Flowers for Your Garden

When it's time to put together a bouquet, carnations are often the stepchild of preferred flowers.

Blooms in June

After a winter of stark brown trees and blinding white snow, our eyes truly deserve the feast of color and fresh air surrounding us. If you do not suffer from allergies (and we hope you don’t), we encourage you to feel the rhythm of summer and gaze at all of the beautiful and vibrant plants thriving in the warmer weather.

A Radiant Shade Garden

All Shade Is Not Created Equal What do you do with that shady spot in your yard that has looked unsightly since you moved into your house? Even experienced gardeners know that growing a shade garden in Maryland’s temperamental sandy soil is tricky, especially if you want flowers. Do not despair. If you get your plants off to the proper start, the rest is easy. So, after a few yoga breaths in and out, repeat the mantra: my shade garden will be filled with beautiful colors this summer.

 

 

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