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A New York tastemaker has designed 120 pieces, from flatware to seasonal decor, for the new collection.
There’s a lot to love about claytonia, which serves as a fine background for more assertive herbs and dressings.
John Spangenberg grows 500 bright, colorful dahlias in his Damascus garden.
A reader asks about redoing concrete with an acid wash or other finish that would be simple and smooth.
A French printmaker finds her niche in Washington.
Looking to spruce up your house this autumn? Let technology do some of the leg work.
Readers missing Young House Love will want to try one of these handy and high-style blogs.
Where is the love? The popular Richmond-based DIY home improvement blog is on hiatus.
A young couple (and their French bulldog) find smart solutions after downsizing to a smaller space.
Ways to make the most of a tiny room or apartment from two small-space dwellers.
Let’s set aside a day to honor Sir Albert Howard, champion of compost.
Even in the growing season’s twilight days, the vegetable garden is what draws some to Monticello.
A reader needs to replace a part on her back porch door.
The Howard County town’s mix of antiques and funky fun make it Maryland’s other Charm City.
Destination Design finds a charming mix of old and new among the city’s home and design shops.
We asked five area designers what they commonly see and what their go-to remedy is.
When there’s not enough room for the rabbit or even the hat, you can let this accessory work its magic.
If those masked corn stalkers haven’t gotten to it, you can use the past-its-prime remainder in succotash.
A young couple asked for help with the living room in their new Baltimore rowhouse.
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