Home + Garden:

Creative Color for Your Home

As the gray days of winter begin to fade, it’s time to introduce some bursts of color into your home. Start with a bright, colorful rug or runner as the base for your color palette. Whether you’re dressing up your living room, bedroom, kitchen or bath, don’t stress about matching the color of your furniture… Read More

Lysa Pelletier

The New Social Network

–Sponsored– The Rise of Pocket Neighborhoods “I feel like I have 30 new friends since I moved here,” says Maureen Harris, a resident at The Cottages at River Hill in West Newbury. She and her husband arrived three years ago after leaving a town where they hardly knew their neighbors. She didn’t want to live… Read More

Kim Whiting

Gardening Essentials – The Seeds of Winter

Gardening is always a strange temporal exercise. Tasks need to be done that require attention in the present moment, and not on a human schedule. Pruning needs doing before the buds appear, or after, but can’t wait, whenever it’s time. There is much of the now in gardening. There is also long delay, and generational… Read More

Sarah Courchesne

What’s Old Is New Again

Repurposed Furniture and Accessories Make For Unique Home Decor.  If you like the idea of having unique pieces in your home, or are the type of person who loves a good project, you might want to think about including repurposed furniture and accessories in your home’s decor. Popularized in recent years by television shows like… Read More

Emilie-Noelle Provost
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