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How one couple brings the holiday to every room with a mix of modern materials and traditional trimmings.
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The long-neglected space was overgrown with invasives, but a group is slowly restoring native plants.
A Falls Church reader wants to have a cozy corner and an entertainment area in her long, narrow living room.
Five tips for holiday decorating.
Slate surrounding a reader’s fireplace is discolored.
Legumes and grasses can help improve soil and protect against erosion, even in a front yard.
It’s what’s on the inside that counts.
Advice for nervous hosts from Vanessa Holden, West Elm’s senior vice president and creative director.
Items no cook should be without.
A reader doesn’t want to replace it (for the fourth time in 10 years).
The neighborhood is one of the District’s most stylish and nostalgic destinations for holiday shopping.
Take a stroll and stop at shops selling home accessories, gifts, artwork, antiques and furniture.
A Herndon couple is ready to make some changes in their 1700s home.
The life of a professional gardener can be hard, stressful and anything but lucrative. But it’s important.
From funky ornaments to tabletop trees, keep things kitschy this holiday season.
Try kitschy decor in the interest of keeping things festive, personal and fun.
A shade of red takes over for the new year.
Would you prefer it as a paint or wine?
A Silver Spring mom moves the pool table out of her L-shaped basement and wonders what to do next.
Tips for tending to a tree this holiday season (if you choose one over an artificial version).
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