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These five can refresh your hot, tired garden. Here are tips on how to grow them and where to find them.
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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This old Paul McCobb storage cabinet needs a facelift.
Here are some tips, and advice, from Adrian Higgins’s July 24 chat about summer gardening.
The 2015 Ikea catalogue has arrived.
New releases focus on the bedroom and bathroom, including storage and organization.
Barbara Damrosch’s case for organic food and a level playing field.
Three sets of doors and a staircase make furniture and television placement a challenge.
Companies are finding a new niche in the craft market with “DIY kits” that provide all you need to make a craft.
Plant these easy annuals now to revive a tired summer landscape.
A new mechanism could be purchased, but it would likely be a lot cheaper to just buy a new clock.
OPI and Ace Hardware pair up to produce a line of paints.
The home is a weekend getaway for an Arlington family of five, designed by Erin Paige Pitts.
An Arlington family creates a year-round getaway, designed by Erin Paige Pitts.
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If you find yourself in a dark spot, don’t despair. We talked to professionals for some simple ideas.
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.
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