Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Home & Design

You're finally ready to make the big step and put a down payment on a house. Before getting overwhelmed with the process, there are a few important things to take into consideration and remember while out on the house hunt.
Why leave home, when some of the best movie nights-out of the season could be happening in your own backyard?
Admit it, you've been wanting that Pinterest-esque coffee table for some time now. We'll let you in on a little secret: it's rather simple, and all it takes are a few key pieces and accents that lend a personal touch.
Are you depressed by the blah look of your personal space when you come home at the end of the day? Maybe you have a stack of old clothes, unfiled paperwork...
Mark Eberle and Dan Caprioli are friends and fellow biologists with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. They're also major gardeners. Eberle and his wife, Heather Jones, a scientist with a pharmaceutical company, have a half-acre in Ambler; Caprioli and his wife Griselle, a microbiologist, have the same in Harleysville.
Q: We're newlyweds, and my husband and I are moving into our first apartment together. I am so excited, but we don't have much money. My parents gave me their old living room set with a matching sofa, love seat, and an armchair with an ottoman, but our ap
Manage insects organically. Inspect plants regularly for harmful insects - aphids, whiteflies, mealybugs, Japanese beetles, and the like. If you handpick them, drop the bugs in soapy water. Wash off small pests such as aphids and spider mites with a stron
For all the good kids who never tried to sneak into Philadelphia’s beautifully creepy landmark the Divine Lorraine Hotel, you’re in luck.
The kitchen is the heart of your living space, and an excellent place to express your personality. Today's kitchen cabinets come in a vast array of colors...
Inviting gardens contain vertical elements. Draw the eye up by growing plants that twine, vine, and cascade, and you divide the garden into areas, creating...
NEW YORK (AP) - In a city piled high with ambitious architecture, a seven-floor structure off the beaten path boasts a distinction of its own: It's billed as the first multistory, modular-built apartment building to open in the nation's apartment capital.
 
Transform your home without buying a thing