Home and Garden
This year’s most notable home-building trends include luxurious kitchens, spa-like bathrooms and bigger and better family spaces.
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Developer Jeff Edwards has successfully brought neighborhood living to the heart of Downtown Columbus.
The historic Wonder Bread factory in Italian Village was converted by developer to residential lofts.
Summer is home and garden tour season—here’s a preview of what tour planners are most excited about.
Step into Susan and Neil Rector’s pint-sized German Village garden, and you’ll be delighted to find a lush urban oasis cleverly packed with plants spilling from charming window boxes, climbing iron trellises and lining brick walkways.
Modern-day fish bowls have become elaborate structures—even works of art—that bring to life the peace and beauty of nature.
Apartment B offers an inexpensive and trendy take on the old-school roller shade.
The first thing you’re likely to notice about 600 Goodale is its location. The 174-unit apartment complex sits on an odd plot of land adjacent to a Route 315 off-ramp—and across the street from the ubiquitous (and turquoise) White Castle headquarters. But residents don’t choose 600 Goodale for its skyline views; they choose it for the ultra-modern, chic vibe upon which developer Brett Kaufman’s made his name.
How byproduct from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium makes its way to a Delaware farm—and to gardens throughout Central Ohio
Baker’s Acres greenhouse grows 200 varieties of the exotic coleus plant, a quick fix for a garden that needs some color.
With summer on the horizon, the heat is definitely on … the grill. Cooking over an open flame gives your cuisine a smoky, fresh flavor.