Home & Garden

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Trends for 2020

By Barbara Kaplan The year 2020 marks the beginning of a new decade, and it’s hard to believe that we have transitioned through 20 years into the 21st century. It’s time to look back over the past two decades and consider the things we have purchased for our home, be aware of the things we…

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Kitchen Remodeling Tips for DIYers

By Jules Hopkins Your kitchen is your sanctuary — a place where steaks are seared, the mail is opened and sorted, midnight snacks are eaten, and grandma’s chocolate chip cookies are baked. To better the flow of your kitchen, you might be considering some remodeling. Luckily — you might not have to spend as you…

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Add Joy to Spring Cleaning

Photo courtesy of Lily Glass for Oh Joy! While spring cleaning can be crucial in keeping your home in tip-top shape, especially for DIYers who find inspiration in the bright season for new home decor projects, the annual ritual can also feel overwhelming. To add color and whimsy, and make spring cleaning a more joyous…

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How to Safely Tackle Home Projects

(Family Features) When contemplating home upgrades or building projects, contractors and DIYers alike focus on factors such as budget, scheduling and materials. Another important consideration before starting work on any project – from renovating a main living area to expanding a bathroom or transforming your outdoor space – is safety. While having properly functioning tools…

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5 DIY Winter Home Repair Hacks

Photo courtesy of Getty Images Even if you’re not terribly handy, there are many simple household repairs that you can easily do yourself to avoid unnecessary time and expense. This is especially true in the winter, when little improvements can make a big difference in your comfort and energy consumption. If you’re like most people,…

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This house feels so Wright

Pictured above: Two groups of outdoor furnishings in the back yard invite guests to linger by the pool, whose geometric shape complements that of the house. The dining table and chairs under the porch extend the indoors outside. Photos by Ken Hayden This 1978 Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired home will soon be available for the next…

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Milk, eggs, butter and…bulbs?

If you live in other parts of the country, the first sign of spring is the bulbs that you planted in the fall pushing through the thawed earth and signaling the beginning of warmer weather. In most parts of Arizona, we don’t have the low temperatures that certain bulbs need to stimulate their biochemical responses…

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