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It’s common to be living in a design compromiseUpdated Apr 28, 2017 3:35 PM Often there can be a discrepancy between what we would like the place we live in to look like and the way it is in living color.
Decorative pillows make pillow talk fun Posted Apr 30, 2017 6:01 AM
Most men shriek when they hear their wives guffaw over the pillows at so and so’s house. Pillows can drive one crazy … because there is so much that can be done with decorative pillows.
Hot chocolate pot spouts are short Posted Apr 30, 2017 6:01 AM
Q. I have sent a photo of a porcelain coffee pot, and six matching cups and saucers. The set was a wedding gift to my great-grandparents around 1919, and it is in mint condition. I would like to know more about its history and insurance value.
Jazz Age design shown in textiles, furniture and more Posted Apr 30, 2017 6:00 AM
Visitors to a popular New York design museum should check preconceptions about “Art Deco” at the door. That popular term for 1920s style was coined well after the era ended, says Sarah Coffin, a curator at the Cooper Hewitt.
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Older kitchens, baths can make a house datedLook at a kitchen or bathroom in any house and you can almost always tell when it was built or last refinished. It seems those two rooms, more than any other in a home, are barometers of the times.
Seminars help seniors with home-selling decisionSeniors and their adult children are taking interest in a series of free Home-selling Workshops for Seniors that American Fidelity Mortgage Services and RE/MAX Action, both in Lombard, have offered since late 2016 in conjunction with an attorney, home inspector and moving expert.
Builder planning new Wheaton homesJim Esperson, president of David Weekley Homes' Chicago division, believes in the Sam Walton philosophy of giving the customer everything he or she wants and nothing more.