• Bedroom Decoration

    7 amazing home decoration ideas to try in 2021

    The coronavirus pandemic has had an impact on many industries, including the home. As people spent more time indoors in 2020, they were not only in need of more comfort. But they were also forced to reimagine their living spaces to meet the demands of their new lifestyle. You can create a functional home office, designing a living room for Zoom, and remote learning. However, nearly every home area was likely in need of a makeover. Here, you will learn about the hottest home decor trends for 2021. So if you’re a design lover, keep scrolling to find out what to expect from the world of design. It also includes…

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  • Home Improvement News

    Best Place to Start a Home Improvement Project

    Grant and Sweetser Avenues, Novato Where does one start a home improvement project? The possibilities are infinite, which is why many prospective projects fizzle out due to analysis paralysis. Stop thinking so much and head to the 700 block of Grant Avenue, Novato, the locus of all things home improvement in Marin County.  Within a few hundred yards, one has access to everything you need to get started on a remodel, catch up on deferred maintenance or simply just mow the lawn (albeit, atop the Cadillac of mowers).  Need a new kitchen? Kitchens by Ken Ryan have your back—they also have a plethora of cabinets, appliances, sinks, faucets and countertop…

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  • Kitchen Decoration

    Natalie and Luis reveal how they solved the clues to a Crime Scene Kitchen win, interview

    Earning the Crime Scene Kitchen win was not as simple as it seemed for Natalie and Luis. While the pair of Las Vegas bakers seemed on track to do well in the FOX culinary competition, the reality is that each challenge required their baking expertise to be on point. Although there might have been a challenge or two that they would like to forget, the reality is that the Crime Scene Kitchen win was a sweet victory for the pair. Recently, FoodSided spoke to the pair about their Crime Scene Kitchen win, how they put their pastry training to work and how their Crime Scene Kitchen showpiece wowed the judges.…

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  • Garden Design

    Ask a Master Gardener: Why grow zucchini? | Home And Garden

    Question: Why should we grow zucchini? Answer: Zucchini is one of those things that when you have just a little too much of it (i.e., one plant), your friends will run and hide when they see you coming with a paper bag. You will find it in boxes labeled, “Free, Take Some” along sidewalks. The produce markets are full of all types of summer squash, of which zucchini is one. It is highly likely you don’t really need to grow your own — your friends who grow it will be delighted to provide for you. But I am a purist when it comes to gardening, I guess. When I was…

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  • Real Estate

    House Hunting in El Salvador: A Compound on the Coast for $249,000

    A Verdant Three-Bedroom Home in El Salvador $249,000 This low-slung villa compound is tucked into a lushly landscaped tropical garden, steps from a private beach and beach club on the Pacific Coast of El Salvador. The property, on a third of an acre in the Bahia Dorada beach community, has two residences — one with two bedrooms and one bathroom, and the other with the main bedroom suite. The home, being sold furnished, is arranged in a traditional Salvadoran ranch layout, with the living areas split between indoor and outdoor spaces, said the seller, Anna Rooney. Whimsical touches include brightly colored walls and handcrafted textiles. The dining room, living room…

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  • Living Room Decoration

    This Under-$10 Party Essential Is the New Decor Staple

    The effect is a childlike sensation of not having the full context of the place you’re in, just knowing there’s more you might see around the corner. “It occupies your eye in a gentle, comforting way when it’s done well,” Nicholas adds. “We kind of play with that aspect of it, changing it from being this very loud, garish ‘Happy New Year’ thing. You can use it in a way that’s still very loud, but you can work it into an everyday setting. It’s permeable, like a portal.” Walking into James Veloria in New York’s Chinatown is a comforting rush. To begin with, you’re entering a mall underneath a bridge;…

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