Tips for Growing Healthy Tulips This Summer

No doubt, there are as many personal emotions associated with tulips as there are colors, hybrids and modern-day varietals. Originally from western Europe and central Asia, tulips grow best in regions characterized by cold winters and hot, dry summers. However, you can grow healthy bulbs just about anywhere by following a few standard rules of

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Hot Home Trend: Geometric Patterns in Décor

By Melissa Dittmann Tracey, REALTOR® Magazine Color forecaster Pantone cited geometric patterns as one of the top home design trends to watch in 2018. Shapes and, in particular, circular ones are being showcased in more home decor. Greater use of bold, circular patterns are being infused into everything from accent pillows and rugs to wall

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Personalize Your Space With a DIY Gallery Wall

Curate a magazine-worthy gallery wall — with everyday masterpieces you already own. Blending interior design styles with a roommate or partner is all about including personal touches and pinpointing a shared interest or aesthetic. The floor-to-ceiling gallery wall we created for a special couple on the West Coast is a perfect example. Homeowner Lauren and her fiance Greg are

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The 5-Step Plan for Buying a Vacation Home

Turn your getaway daydreams into reality — this guide will walk you through it, step by step. Dream of owning a vacation home but find the idea of buying one too intimidating? It’s actually easier than you may think. Here’s a guide to help you analyze your options. 1. Match housing choices to your lifestyle Many people assume

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Desert Oasis: Rare Paolo Soleri-Designed House in Arizona Seeking a Buyer

Celebrated for his clay and bronze bells, avant-garde drawings, and concept of Arcosanti (an experiential village hosting design workshops), the late Arizona architect Paolo Soleri is less celebrated for his residential designs. This could be because only one was built: this six-bedroom, four-bath, split-level home in Phoenix. It’s listed for $1.88 million through Scott Jarson with azarchitecture/Jarson & Jarson.

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$60M ‘One-of-a-Kind Waterfront Treasure’ Is This Week’s Most Expensive New Listing

Living right on the water isn’t cheap. Living in a pedigreed property also costs a pretty penny. Add those two deluxe attributes together, and you have this “one-of-a-kind waterfront treasure” in Newport Beach, CA. On the market for a hefty $60 million, this Harbor Island estate is this week’s most expensive new listing on realtor.com®. According to property

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Florida’s only private, residential helipad set to debut at One Thousand Museum

Magic City residents just keep getting more and more forms of transportation. First, the Brightline train opened its doors May 19 to commuters traveling between Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach counties. Then, Brightline named Lyft as its exclusive ride-share partner. Lime, the bike-sharing service, announced it reached 100,000 rides in Miami during National Bike Month.

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