Archive for December, 2015

A Gathering Place: Lake Lida contemporary home becomes a family sanctuary

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A Gathering Place: Lake Lida contemporary home becomes a family sanctuary

Pounding winds and driving rains were raging outside Marcie and Darin Pfingsten’s Lake Lida log cabin as they played cards with friends around their dining room table…

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A place that’s good for the soul: Couple’s Cotton Lake home offers the right fit

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A place that’s good for the soul: Couple’s Cotton Lake home offers the right fit

A drive through the country is the first indication that you are headed into a welcoming oasis; to a home designed for gathering, relaxing, and living…

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Designer Portfolio – Designing Women 2

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Designer Portfolio – Designing Women 2

designingwomen2 is a company focused on creative design and one-of-a-kind decor…

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Sliding Barn Doors: Is the Trend Here to Stay?

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Sliding Barn Doors: Is the Trend Here to Stay?

Sliding doors aren’t new. From pocket doors to closet sliders, these space-saving gems have been used for decades for their practicality and privacy. But the sliding doors of recent decades have never really been things of beauty or craftsmanship, until now.

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Hydrangeas: Showiest of Flowering Shrubs

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Hydrangeas: Showiest of Flowering Shrubs

Hydrangeas are among the showiest of flowering shrubs with long lasting-flowerheads that bloom mid- summer to autumn when few other shrubs are blooming. These beautiful shrubs are easy to grow, untroubled by pests…

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Carpet: The basics and beyond

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Carpet: The basics and beyond

From basic Berber to plush pile, carpet has come a long way since it’s shaggy, 70’s past. Although hardwoods constructed of maple, oak, and hickory have been a staple in flooring for the past decade…

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