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Give some people an occasional hot dog at a ball game or backyard cookout, and they're not particularly wowed. But for those who truly appreciate a frank pillowed in bread, this is news worth relishing:
Perhaps to alleviate the dreariness of long northern winters, Scandinavian style tends toward folk-art florals, crisp checks, plaids and stripes, and wood furniture left natural or painted in colors that evoke the region's natural beauty.
In this undated publicity photo released by Anthropologie.com, Fesi pillows feature a Moroccan design that echoes Scandinavian snowflake motifs. Pillows are a quick and easy way to introduce Scandinavian design elements. (AP Photo/Anthropologie.com)
In this undated publicity photo released by Anthropologie.com, a Fesi pillow features a Moroccan design that echoes Scandinavian snowflake motifs. Pillows are a quick and easy way to introduce Scandinavian design elements. (AP Photo/Anthropologie.com)
NEW YORK — With the housing recovery gaining steam, Americans have more incentives to paint up, touch up and otherwise redecorate their homes. But there's no need to spend willy-nilly.
Visiting this spring's décor previews often felt like exploring an art gallery. There was an artistic vibe to everything from dinnerware to drapery, art photographs to textiles.
Intrigued by the drama and inspired by the sophistication of British aristocrats in "Downton Abbey," some fans are plotting to bring the series' style into their own homes, from gilded finishes to opulent upholstery to portrait paintings.
This publicity image provided by Pottery Barn shows Sky Bird embroidered pillow covers from Pottery Barn. Visiting this spring's decor previews often felt like exploring an art gallery. There was an artistic vibe in everything from dinnerware to drapery, art photographs to textiles. (AP Photo/Pottery Barn)
This undated publicity photo provided by Crate and Barrel shows a Myrtle Pillow ($34.95), with a Monet-like watercolor garden print that is digitally printed on the white cotton background of this throw pillow from Crate & Barrel’s spring collection (www.crateandbarrel.com). (AP Photo/Crate and Barrel)
When Renee Pedro bought a house with mid-century décor, she decided to embrace the look.
This publicity photo shows a guest bedroom by Designer Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com that turns to wintry menswear for inspiration when creating wintry spaces. It includes a custom headboard made from men's suiting fabric featuring a check print, as well as pillows made from hand-me-down sweaters and flannel shirts. (AP Photo/Brian Patrick Flynn for HGTV.com, Daniel J. Collopy)
One trip to Chandler Fashion Center, a call to Ticketmaster, two online transactions and several stops at East Valley mom-and-pop shops in the bag, and my Christmas shopping is complete.
Stars, moons and planets have long been inspiration for designers. For aficionados and anyone who appreciates the artistry to be found in astronomy, there is a galaxy of beautiful items for the home.
The joy of home entertaining at the holidays often comes with a challenge: How do you provide enough seating for a roomful of holiday revelers with just a sofa and a few chairs? Are there creative options besides resorting to folding chairs?
This image taken on November 6, 2012 provided by Pillars of Creation shows galaxy pillow covers (www.etsy.com/shop/pillarsofcreation) printed with images from the Hubble telescope in Portland, Oregon. (AP Photo/Pillars of Creation, Rachel Jacks)
This image taken on November 6, 2012 provided by Pillars of Creation shows a galaxy pillow cover (www.etsy.com/shop/pillarsofcreation) printed with an image from the Hubble telescope in Portland, Oregon. (AP Photo/Pillars of Creation, Rachel Jacks)
Gift giving feels good, and can feel even better if you know your purchase is helping those less fortunate. Luckily, a number of home décor retailers partner with charitable organizations; many do so year-round, with additional initiatives during the holiday season.
Gift giving feels good, and can feel even better if you know your purchase is helping those less fortunate. Luckily, a number of home décor retailers partner with charitable organizations; many do so year round, with additional initiatives during the holiday season.
There is much about the holiday shopping season that makes no sense to me. Why someone needs to camp out for a week just to get a deal on a TV — I don’t know. Why mothers need to push and shove to get their child that new doll — that’s beyond me. But one thing I really, really don’t understand is why anyone would purchase someone else’s child a toy that makes noise.
I always get excited for the holiday season, it’s my favorite time of year. It inspires me to refresh my home with holiday sparkle. This magical transformation can be done easily, quickly and inexpensively.
All the world's a stage, very literally, in Joe Wright's wildly theatrical adaptation of "Anna Karenina."
Give your home the sophisticated charm of an English manor by decking the halls with the equestrian-themed holiday decor that is captivating hearts. Depending upon your fancy, you can take this timeless look in any direction, from whimsical to classic.
Ken Burns' latest PBS documentary, "The Dust Bowl," comes on the heels of the first presidential-election debates in 28 years not to address climate change. If the candidates won't talk about it, leave it to Burns and frequent collaborator Dayton Duncan to draw historic parallels between present-day environmental concerns and the disaster of the 1930s, which was caused by a combination of drought and environmentally destructive farming methods.
Patti Woods-LaVoie loves Halloween and all things candy, but she has a hard and fast rule when it comes to teens and trick-or-treating.
One of the most enduring of Halloween icons, candy corn is now over 130 years old.