Home and Garden
This east side neighborhood boasts beautiful yet welcoming historic properties. We took a peek inside three of them.
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You’ve heard the story before: An unsuspecting transplant moves to Columbus for a job, school or a relationship, and ends up falling in love with the city and sticking around. But when Michael Bongiorno moved here, Columbus was not the city we know today.
Sign up for a class at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens’ expansive new education center.
Step up your party game with a mix of natural textures and stylish silver and gold accents.
With planning and patience, you can be greeted with a stunning display of blooms come springtime.
Mix up your holiday decor with unexpected yet chic botanical elements.
Ohio State University’s Chadwick Arboretum offers a peaceful escape and educational resources for local gardeners.
Many of us mourn the passing of summer—no more lazy afternoons by the pool, abundant fresh produce or backyard barbecues—but the advent of cooler temperatures brings a much-needed opportunity to slow down and plan our next home and garden projects.
It takes a small army to put on this annual event, but the results are well worth the effort.
From energy audits to door sweeps, here are five simple ways to cut costs during the cooler months.
Emerald ash borer infestation isn’t going anywhere soon, but researchers are finding reliable, tested ways to extend the lives of many ash trees.
Dawn McCombs found some old records in an alley, so she turned them into cover art on journals. It was only natural that McCombs based her Short North shop, Glean on upcycling.
We spoke with gardening enthusiasts, entertaining experts and central Ohio’s best builders for our summer issue.
Blendon Gardens creates backyard landscapes designed with man’s best friend in mind.
Love luxury? You’re in luck. The 2015 BIA Parade of Homes promises to be one of the most fabulous to date. Northstar Community in southern Delaware County will be the site for this year’s parade—held from Sept. 19 to Oct. 4—providing parade-goers with a glimpse into one of the region’s most beautiful golf-course communities.