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Sep 5, 2013
CDExD’s new floral-interiors-espresso space indulges the senses with steaming espresso, fresh flowers, and vibrant visual splendor. Sneak a peek at the creative cafe with this slide show!
Aug 13, 2013
A visit to the University of British Columbia Botanical Garden's test garden reveals a passel of clever ideas for your edible garden
Feb 10, 2013
Taking fencing lessons at the Japanese Garden, take a close look and learn a lot.
Aug 11, 2012
Though Frank Lloyd Wright is hugely famous for designing buildings all over the U.S. (and even in Japan), and though his illustrious career spanned some 70 years, somehow he managed not to get a...
Jul 28, 2012
Summer outdoor chairs are made for lounging, for lazing, and for making memories in. One that probably lives somewhere in the memory of most of us is the Adirondack chair. It’s the iconic, modest,...
Jul 22, 2012
Garages serve many purposes, from rock band practice hall to office space for high-tech start-ups. They may even contain an automobile (or two or three), as well as the detritus of its owner’s...
Jul 2, 2012
Like flowers in the garden, outdoor rugs can add color and punch to a patio, deck or backyard. They can transform a space into a place by defining a smaller area within the larger outdoors,...
Jun 18, 2012
The same day the new owner got the keys to his 1923 Laurelhurst bungalow, he was walking through the house with his architect, discussing how they would add on to the second floor and create a...
May 28, 2012
I don’t need to quote Robert Frost. We all know that fences play a useful role in our society, especially in urban areas. But how to fence: that, my dear, is the question.
To stain or not. Wood or...
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