Monday, November 24, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Home & Design

Children who know they are visiting Longwood Gardens can be forgiven for not going to the bathroom before they leave the house.
Nancy Morgan discussed “Christmas Memories,” the Christmas Flower Show set for Dec. 9 at Dorothy Love's Amos Community Center. This show features entries by members of Rainbow Gardeners in 10 categories. Michelle Bishop will judge entries this year. In addition to the Christmas floral arrangements and centerpieces, the show will feature a holiday boutique with greeting cards, cookies, table-top Christmas trees, ornaments, and more.
What do rural tiny homes, new suburban houses, and old apartments smack dab in the center of the city have in common? Most were built with bathrooms...
When outdoor temperatures drop and cold winds blow, your water pipes are in danger. Inclement conditions can cause them to freeze. Or rather, the water...
America’s best bathrooms are in Chester County. Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square has racked up accolades for its gardens, lawns and flowers...
With the routine of the daily grind and the hustle and bustle of the holiday shopping season (did you know Christmas came right after Halloween?), slowing down to take in the autumn view is an activity that can easily slip through the cracks.
NEW YORK (AP) - As self-purchases, coffee table books may seem like pricey indulgences, but as gifts they're an easy way to please a connoisseur, hobbyist or wannabe.
LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) - Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia -- in a pact that seems aimed more at generating publicity than actual revenue -- announced an exclusive deal with 3D printer manufacturer MakerBot to jointly sell designs and materials for products that consumers can produce in their own homes.
Pressure washers are amazingly handy tools. They work by forcing water at extremely high pressure across the surface that you need to deep clean, a technique...
It's hard to imagine that the most famous plant at Longwood Gardens' annual Chrysanthemum Festival - 10 feet tall, 12 feet wide, 1,515 blooms - started out more than a year ago as a small cutting in a greenhouse.
On the vast front lawn of Abraham Lincoln High School in the Mayfair section of Northeast Philadelphia, small groups of students are scattered about, planting a dozen fledgling trees.