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The home is a weekend getaway for an Arlington family of five, designed by Erin Paige Pitts.
The D.C. gardens get to shine this weekend at their most popular event, the annual Lotus and Water Lily Festival.
Known for its glossy nail products with wacky names, OPI has partnered with Ace to make paint.
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OPI and Ace Hardware pair up to produce a line of paints.
An Arlington family creates a year-round getaway, designed by Erin Paige Pitts.
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From path lights to lanterns, here are the best options for making a big, bright impact.
Gardeners: Don’t decry the lawn, often seen as a useless convention of suburban life. It has its advantages.
Plus, a reader with birds that leave hard-to-clean marks on paving stones.
An Arlington balcony with some daunting design limitations gets a new look.
Want to keep your energy bills down this summer, or you’re not sure what to do when the power goes out?
Unlike a kale plant, a Brussels sprout plant must be mature to head up those little round treasures.
The colorful natives of the Southwest deserts will last a season or two in sunny Mid-Atlantic gardens.
Plus, advice on where to get old plantation shutters repainted.
A couple of movie buffs need a living room makeover.
Inside the Workshop with artisans Johannah Willsey and Kyle Lucia, owners of Phoenix Handcraft.
Impulsive shopping can clutter your home and declutter your wallet. Think first. Buy second.
Learn to love comfrey’s blue flowers, because the plant is almost impossible to kill.
Taking stock of the entire known plant life of a region — its flora — is methodical and painstaking work.
A D.C. couple recently remodeled their bathroom, inspiring them to rethink their bedroom.
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