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Horacio Pires Painting, Rumford, RI; 401-438-1072 Adler’s Design Center, Providence, RI; 401-421-5157; adlersri.com Simple Pleasures, Providence, RI; 401-331-4120;... Read More »

Resources for Natural Lawn Care

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NaturaLawn of America Frederick, MD 301-694-5440 Vermont Public Interest Research Group Montpelier, VT 802-223-8421 Federation of State PIRGs... Read More »

Restore Wood with Old-Fashioned Wax

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Are you fed up with dull finishes and scratches on your wooden furniture? The old-fashioned—and highly effective—way to... Read More »

Ring It In!

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Out with the old and in with the new: Matthew gives the year a clean start with a... Read More »

Room Makeovers That Won’t Break the Budget

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So you have a room that needs updating, but you don’t have a lot of time or money?... Read More »

Rumford Fireplace: Lord of the Flues

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When it came time to build a fireplace, Roger Wells told his mason that he wanted a Rumford... Read More »

Rutland, MA: A House for Under $5,000?

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Well, in Rutland, Massachusetts, for instance. This place has more than 4,000 cedar shingles, 1,300 bricks, hardwood floors,... Read More »

Salvage Transforms Old Houses

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There’s a huge granite millstone paving the way to the front door of Skinner Mill, the house in... Read More »

Sap Bucket Lid Roof

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Frieda Wimmelman likes to blend old and new. Her contemporary farmhouse in southern Vermont, for example, mixes modern... Read More »

School Supplies: New England’s Finest

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1. Help save quarters and energy with an easy-to-store clothes-drying rack ($39.95-$49.95). The Vermont Country Store Rutland, VT... Read More »

Secrets to Growing Lettuce in the Garden

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Many gardeners, even ones that have been growing successful gardens for years, often shy away from growing lettuce... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: Luminary Tradition

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Read the story: Creating a Glow. Wellesley’s Luminary Night began in December 2007 as the brainchild of resident,... Read More »

SLIDE SHOW: New England Heirlooms

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Photographer Jarrod McCabe visited each of our heirloom makers in their studios and captured the beauty of their... Read More »

Spring Cleaning Products: New England’s Finest

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1. Clean everything from woodwork to bathroom tile to rugs with Liquid Sunshine NonToxic Cleaner ($14.98 38oz concentrate,... Read More »

Steps to Repairing Objects

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1. The First Fit Schulefand begins with a dry fit, reassembling the item without any adhesive to see... Read More »

Stocking Stuffers

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1. A handcrafted wool stocking ($30) makes the stuff inside more special. Swell Company, Parsonsfield, ME. 207-793-2700; swellcompany.com... Read More »

The Bullpen: a post-and-beam barn

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Like the house, the property’s bullpen has had many lives. This stout little post-and-beam barn sits on a... Read More »

The Clancy Way

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David and Jennifer offer these tips for designing a unique, creative space. Take your time, and you’ll find... Read More »

The Detail

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In 2009, after years of shooting Terry John Woods’ home in Shrewsbury, Vermont, for a variety of shelter... Read More »

The Detail: Showcase Closets

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Because Gregory and Marilyn didn’t want to keep their treasures hidden in a drawer, or collecting dust on... Read More »

The Fixers

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Meet the folks whose specialties and expertise will give nearly anything you own a second or third life.... Read More »

The Incredible, Edible Garden

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The fact that Thomas Gardner is a foodie is written all over his landscape. Likewise, his fondness for... Read More »

The Man Who Invented Nostalgia

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If necessity is the mother of invention, what gives birth to reinvention? Is it dire necessity? A quest... Read More »

The Migis Touch: Creating the Lodge Look

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Joan and Tim Porta have literally made a career of interior decorating. They travel to several gift shows... Read More »

The New New England Heirlooms

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Slide Show: New England Heirlooms Our six-state region is filled with talented artisans crafting beautiful (and functional) pieces... Read More »

The Treasures of ‘Jilly’s Jubilee’

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“When we first moved here, I was designing greeting cards and prints, but what I always wanted was... Read More »

Tips for Shopping at Garage Sales and Flea Markets

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Follow these tips to get the best deals at yard sales and flea markets. Keep Your Money in... Read More »



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