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Gardening Essentials – Pulling Bittersweet

Engaging with Invasive Species. Spring uncovers the corpses. When the ice is off the little pond, bloated gray frog bodies roll to the surface. A fox that died by the road and rolled into the ditch is a matted rug and bones. The chokeberry I transplanted at the height of last year’s drought to make… Read More

Sarah Courchesne

Home Is Where The Heart Is

Andover Homeowners Create Old-School Feel with Open Concept Design. Raised ranches are common in the Merrimack Valley, but homeowners struggle to find ways to make the best use of their distinct design properties. One Andover family used the style to advantage during a 2015 renovation. “I wanted a traditional Italian family kitchen where everyone can… Read More

Doug Sparks

Hint of Spring

Clean and bright, white is easier to decorate with than you think. White provides a fresh way to add color wherever you want, no matter what the room. White has many shades but they all can be mixed and matched without feeling like you’re making a mistake. Whether your taste is more modern or you like… Read More

Lysa Pelletier

Kitchen and Bath Trends from KBIS 2017

For the past three years, I have attended the Kitchen & Bath Industry Show, also known as KBIS. This annual show is the New York Fashion Week for kitchen and bath. It’s an opportunity for them to go all out and present their newest and most innovative products. As a designer, I look forward to… Read More

Linda Holt
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