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For three Central Ohioans, gardening is a passion more than simply a hobby.
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Michael Marriott, David Austin Roses’ senior rosarian, shares advice for growing the company’s new blooms.
Tarik Yousef, owner of T.Y. Fine Furniture, crafts high-style furnishings while rebuffing modern production practices.
Tucked away in Marble Cliff, decor store Fleurish Home opened in June with a focus on great gifts and the newly popular Annie Sloan Decorative Chalk Paint.
Whether pastel or jewel-toned, abstract interpretation or full-on Impressionist look-alike, we love everything about watercolor-inspired home decor. Here’s how you can update your interior with local finds.
Designer Angela Bonfante tells us how to incorporate Moroccan tiles into the home without going overboard.
The go-to blooms for summer (and winter), hydrangeas are as tricky as they are popular. Here’s advice for making your hydrangeas the best on the block, regardless of the season.
Pantone explains its 2015 home-interiors color forecast.
We spoke with designers, decorators, paint-shop owners, professors and more about the topic in “Color Your World” with the goal of making decorating with color a little less scary.
Bronze artist Renate Fackler of Chrysalis Sculpture Studio creates life-size masterpieces for the garden and beyond.
Being practical is a must for gardening success. But never limit your horizons to dull-and-dependable, low-maintenance workhorses when you can grow dazzling-and-dependable, low-maintenance stars.
Successfully using color in your home can be tricky, but it shouldn’t be scary. Read on to find tips and ideas for using more of it in your home, whether you need a subtle color infusion or want to make a big statement with a bold hue.
A far cry from old-world religious pieces, today’s stained glass can take many forms—and Franklin Art Glass is the place to imagine it.
The beauty of a beautiful rug is it offers immediate color gratification.
Isabella Grayfer is inclined to use analogies. When customers ask why they should invest in high-end home furnishings, the stylish, red-bespectacled manager of Roche Bobois says to think of a suit.