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Why loveseats are so lovableUpdated Dec 15, 2014 1:08 PM Q. Our living room is fairly large but narrow, so the sofa can only go against one wall, which leaves the room open to the entry hall through a wide arch. How can I make it feel self-contained and cozy, not wide-open and breezy?
Passive attic venting systems are the most efficient Posted Dec 21, 2014 12:01 AM
Q. I am getting ready to re-roof, and each roofer I have gotten a bid from has suggested different exhaust vent options, even though I have no soffit/intake vents and no possibility of adding them without severely detracting from the aesthetics of the house.
After loss of a spouse, you have time to change deed Posted Dec 20, 2014 12:01 AM
Q. My wife passed away Oct. 24. Do I need to change the deed? Are there time restrictions on when this needs to be accomplished? Do I need a lawyer?
Boards can file assessed valuation challenges for all owners Posted Dec 20, 2014 12:01 AM
Q. Many of our condo owners want to appeal the county’s assessed valuation of our individual units. Does each unit owner have to file their own complaint with the county, or can the board file a single appeal for all owners?
Functional tinware makes an elegant addition Posted Dec 21, 2014 12:01 AM
Tinware, which glistens softly due to the slightly uneven texture of the cast surface, gives a refreshingly cool and dazzling impression.Tin is said to be the most expensive household metal after gold and silver.
Designers more prominently display TVs Posted Dec 21, 2014 12:01 AM
No longer something to hide in a bulky piece of furniture, televisions in the modern home have been elevated to a position of near reverence. The TV has transitioned into the modern hearth.
No room for a Christmas tree? Embrace the unexpected Posted Dec 20, 2014 6:30 AM
When traditional Christmas decor is out of the question (in other words, if your apartment hardly holds your luggage, let alone a Colorado blue spruce), designers and retailers say there’s no reason to feel bound to the classics. Instead, try embracing kitschy decor in the interest of keeping things festive, personal and fun.
Hardware store owners love the holidays
Posted Nov 29, 2014 12:01 AM
This is the busiest time of the year for hardware and appliance stores, says Mike Gilbert of Downers Grove-based Gilbert Bros. Hardware. Homeowners are buying winter items like snowblowers and shovels, as well as holiday items like lights, trees and other decor.
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full story »Hardware store owners love the holidaysThis is the busiest time of the year for hardware and appliance stores, says Mike Gilbert of Downers Grove-based Gilbert Bros. Hardware. Homeowners are buying winter items like snowblowers and shovels, as well as holiday items like lights, trees and other decor.
full story »Festive holiday homes is this family’s traditionTreetime Christmas Creations in Lake Barrington is a magical, fantasy Christmas showroom that changes each year in an effort to keep people coming back to see what has been done differently, said Laurie and Joe Kane, the seasonal business’s owners.