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Keeping it simple lets a home shineUpdated Nov 20, 2015 3:10 PM One of the biggest flaws in interior design is not knowing when to stop when decorating your home. Sure, there are homes and rooms for those who love to collect or have inherited heirlooms or antiques — where more is almost a requisite. But those...
How to prepare your home for winter Posted Nov 25, 2015 6:00 AM
For many Midwesterners, autumn is their favorite season. The changing colors of the leaves, clear blue skies and cool, comfortable temperatures result in more time spent outdoors. What concerns homeowners is what follows autumn — Old Man Winter.
Sleek, slim surfaces make a room feel larger Posted Nov 22, 2015 1:01 AM
When you are fighting for every square inch, think slim. Each design element needs to be as simple and as thin as possible. This means tops, sides and depths of cabinets should be kept on the minimal side. Avoid extra thicknesses and heavy design...
Replacing ceiling tiles with drywall may be worth effort Posted Nov 22, 2015 1:00 AM
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Treetime inspires holiday traditionsTreetime Christmas Creations is a magical, fantasy Christmas showroom that changes each year in an effort to keep people coming back to see what they have done differently, according to Laurie and Joe Kane, the seasonal business’s owners. “We would like Treetime to become people’s yearly Christmas destination. We want to be everything Christmas for them,” Laurie Kane said.
River Glen sprouts up on farmland in LibertyvilleThe beautiful two-mile stretch of property just south of Route 120 along River Road in Libertyville is getting a new community of 65 custom, single-family homes called River Glen. These houses will be built on one of the last remaining parcels in that sought-after area, said Mark Loeb, owner of Interlacken Construction.
Quick way to a new bathroomBath Planet of Chicagoland, based in Streamwood, offers stylish, cost-effective, low-maintenance acrylic bath improvements. Many Bath Planet products install right over the existing, ugly wall tile and chipped or faded tubs and shower stalls, providing maximum cost effectiveness and minimal mess.