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Geremy Coy works on a violin in his studio and home where he hand-makes wood furniture and accent pieces (Dayna Smith/Post).
Our new series will introduce Washingtonians pursuing their craft dreams in basements and spare rooms, backyard sheds and rented studios. Meet a potter, a woodworker and a knitter.
The springtime favorite is the star as the Washington Daffodil Society’s annual show approaches.
Local designers and design firms have redecorated 29 spaces in this 1929 stone Colonial home in Forest Hills.
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Planting the corn indoors and then transplanting ensures an early crop.
Use stove paint, which stands up to heat so well that it can be used even on the exterior of wood or gas stoves.
Society6’s line of area rugs is the newest addition to the Web site’s growing collection of home goods.
Meet three local artisans who turned skill and passion into a hands-on career.
Here are the china patterns and that speak to designers now — and will still be talking later.
Lindsey M. Roberts
Today’s dinnerware has so much variety: gold and platinum edging, colorful patterns, new shapes and vintage-reproduction designs.
Shake off winter’s chill, help raise money for a local charity and get a history lesson by taking a home or garden tour in your area.
Here are some of the 50 tools author Bill Laws highlights in his book, “A History of the Garden in Fifty Tools.”
Some clock repair shops can do it, but be aware of shipping rules regarding mercury.
Winter’s finally gone. Here’s what to do with coats, scarves, gloves, hats and boots.
Local designers revamped 29 spaces in this 1929 stone Colonial home. Which one’s your favorite?
Beautiful and maybe a little bizarre, these home and garden accessories will give you a taste of Squirrel Week year-round.
These are the features to be found in the hottest kitchens this year.
Modern coleslaw is the salad of summer barbecues, fish fries and picnics.
If you are convinced a cherished shrub is dead, don’t be: It may return with vigor from its established roots.
What to do about a stained shower curtain, and what size ceiling diffuser to get in this week’s How To.
An Arlington mom seeks a brighter, kid-friendly living room.
Yes, even the experts find the assembly of the store’s kitchens daunting.
A dispatch from months of planning and cooking meals on a hotplate.
The Inn at Little Washington uses household cleaners in its kitchen.
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Jura Koncius will be joined by Raji Radhakrishnan, principal designer at Raji RM & Associates. Submit questions now and join us April 17 at 11 a.m.
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