How does their garden grow? With lots of volunteers, heartfelt passion, and a cool festival
Beyond editing this publication, I teach beginning watercolor painting. In my classes, I try to explain the art of expressing with paint, of turning...
Letter from the Editor, February/March 2019
Where does the iconic heart shape come from?
Line Studio casts head-turning creations out of everyday materials
I’ve always been wowed by the electricians, plumbers, heating and cooling professionals, roofing folks, pest control experts, and all whose specialized work one doesn’t really notice, per se.
Whenever I use my mother’s big yellow Pyrex bowl (circa the late 1960s/1970s), I recall scenes of cozy kitchens and think of her everyday, practical must-haves.
When my sons mentioned they couldn’t remember a trip we had taken to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore when they were younger, I thought, “Sleeping Bear, here we come!”
Traditions. Year after year, they create a sense of connectedness; they’re something cherished to hold onto in a sea of constant change. If my mother had ever thought to skip that gardening ritual, I’d truly be lost!
Winners of this year’s Detroit Home Design Awards march to a self-confident mantra: ‘If it is to be, it’s up to me.’