Home theaters often showcase the latest in audio-visual innovation, but there’s nothing innovative about how many people decorate these rooms.
When the chickens come home to roost, they just might end up on residential lawns. Thanks to Green Chicken Coop, a Bay City-based company that sells pre-made, eco-friendly poultry pens, locavores hatching a plan to raise their own backyard brood can purchase made-to-order coops.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure are words to live by for Cari Cucksey. “There are buyers for everything,” she says.
Because Lauren Sanders looks every bit the glamour girl, you envision her in a setting of pastel colors and luxe fabrics..
Waning daylight hours put an emphasis on candlelight and electric illumination. In addition to wattage, think style when lighting your interior.
He spent a lifetime amassing museum-quality furnishings.
How antiques can complement a modern décor.
Dead wood comes alive with creativity.
A Macomb Township development showcases eco living.
It’s a sunny Sunday afternoon and Matt and Kim Clayson are peering out the dining-room windows of their Indian Village home as company arrives. Sally Crapo Bullard, great-granddaughter of the home’s original owners, ambles in, along with Bill Morgan, founder of the Swartz Creek Historical Society, and his wife, Monte.
It’s the night before the spring furniture market in North Carolina, and Bernard “Bernie” Moray, chairman and CEO of Gorman’s furniture, is breaking in new shoes for his trip.
When hedge-fund billionaire Steven A. Cohen bought Jasper Johns’ 48-star Flag recently, tongues in the art world were wagging. The selling price for the 1954 work? An estimated $110 million, The New York Times reported.
For the past couple of months, neighborhoods around here have rung pleasantly with voices other than ours. The cardinals cranked up even before March did, perky little fountains spewing musical testosterone. Soon the robins were blasting away, bravely pretending to be better singers than evolution equipped them to be. Then gradually the entire local choir found its cues — mostly a raucous B-team of house sparrows, starlings, grackles, and jays.
Porch lights, Polish Pottery, recipes from the past, and Pendleton woolen blankets.
Case goods sheathed in or accented with mirrors reflect light in quiet corners and offer visual relief from wood furnishings.
Solid glass icicles may be displayed on Christmas trees, suspended from the mantel, or dangled in winter windows to capture welcome sunlight.
For an artist who detested the use of the word “Pop” to describe his work, Tom Wesselmann (1931-2004) nevertheless became inextricably linked to that modern-art movement.