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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.
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.