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25 Best Cities for Outdoor Space 25 Best Cities for Outdoor Space
July 6, 2018

We looked at cities across the U.S. and ranked their public green and outdoor space on seven different factors.

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Most Popular Interior Design Style by State
March 21, 2018

Home ownership is a big investment, which is why it’s important to love where you live. Sometimes, a room needs a makeover to help it feel like home. We looked at Google search trends across the country to see what the most popular interior design…

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Home Decor Trends
March 5, 2018

Fashion is fickle—what’s hot one week is out the next. The same goes for the latest styles for the home. Check out this interactive graphic to see which home décor trends are mega-popular, which have fallen out of favor, and which are making a comeback.…

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Their Fair Share: Food Production and Consumption in America Their Fair Share: Food Production and Consumption in America
October 4, 2017

In recent years, we’ve become increasingly conscious about the food we eat. While many of us know the ins and outs of organic produce and hormone-free dairy products, we tend to be less informed about the amount of food produced in this country, and more…

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Sourcing the American Diet Sourcing the American Diet
July 12, 2017

We’ve considered the quintessential elements of American cuisine and asked: where does this stuff come from? Literally, where do the ingredients in America’s favorite foods come from? Hot dogs, cheeseburgers, pepperoni pizza, PB&J, hot wings, guacamole, fried rice, French fries, apple pie—they’re all part of…

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The Cost of Furnishing a Home Through Amazon The Cost of Furnishing a Home Through Amazon
April 12, 2017

Home is where the heart is… and a lot of other stuff, too! If you shop for that stuff on Amazon, it’s astonishing what a range of prices you’ll find. Indeed, it’s a funny world we live in when you can buy a shower curtain…

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New Data on Impact of Office Design and Décor New Data on Impact of Office Design and Décor
January 4, 2017

We’ve known about the importance of work environments for some time now. In a 2003 survey by Management Today, 97 percent of respondents said they regard their workplace as a symbol of whether or not they are valued by their employer. While this shouldn’t come…

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How to Pair Craft Beer with Vegetarian Cuisine How to Pair Craft Beer with Vegetarian Cuisine
November 28, 2016

The art and science of craft brewing has evolved from hidden monasteries in the Alps to a modern staple of the food and beverage industry. Walk into any gastropub and odds are you’ll be handed a beer menu that rivals a textbook. The same could…

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Modern Glamour: The Palm Style Trend Makes Its Way To Interior Design Modern Glamour: The Palm Style Trend Makes Its Way To Interior Design
November 22, 2016

Evoking iconic visions of the 50s, the leafy palm is making a style comeback. While models wearing dresses covered in foliage make their way down runways, forward-thinking interior designers look to wallpaper, throw pillows, and area rugs featuring this classic silhouette. And of course, nothing…

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Use Midcentury Modern Design To Create An Outdoor Retreat Use Midcentury Modern Design To Create An Outdoor Retreat
November 4, 2016

For most, midcentury modern design evokes images of Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture, low-profile sofas and retro '60s lamps. But this celebrated design aesthetic, currently experiencing a major renaissance, can also be implemented outdoors to create a comfortable, livable and nature-centered patio, deck, or yard. Here…

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How To Use Large-Scale Design Elements In Any Landscape How To Use Large-Scale Design Elements In Any Landscape
October 28, 2016

It can seem almost counterintuitive to choose large elements for small spaces. But to consistently pass up those statement-making pieces in favor of more diminutive design pieces might be a mistake. Whether in a small urban backyard or on a cozy restaurant patio, when done…

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A Feast For The Senses: Incorporating Autumn Inspiration In Outdoor Design A Feast For The Senses: Incorporating Autumn Inspiration In Outdoor Design
October 12, 2016

While the days are growing shorter, autumn is long on opportunities for outdoor entertaining: think mugs of mulled cider by a fire pit and butternut squash soup enjoyed at an outdoor dining table, while surrounded by foliage aflame in red, yellow and orange. Becky Harris,…

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