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.’
In the spirit of getting organized — and I know some of you have made a New Year’s resolution to clean and purge various areas of your home — we present, in this issue, a few peeks at truly smart living.
"Do you think you’d ever consider cutting down that tree?” a neighbor up the street once asked me, studying my front yard.
As I was sorting through that pile of stationery and cards this month, the apple-pie correspondence really hit me.
Whenever my husband and I would leave my in-laws’ home after picking up our young sons from some time spent with Grandma and Grandpa, we would always notice them standing in their doorway, watching.
Refreshing, fruity, crisp. Those are the top three qualities that Americans are looking for in their summer libations, according to Nielsen research reports.
June. Ahhh, the month we’ll be at the cottage more!
The best things in life aren’t things, it’s true, but special objects are often tied to the heart — and the best things in life.
Before my kitchen renovation, I cooked in what felt like a scullery. No, really, it was small and plain and I always felt closed-in.