Monday, September 22, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Home & Design

Plant spring bulbs now. The earlier you plant bulbs, the longer they'll have time to grow roots before cold weather sets in. You can plant each bulb in a separate hole, but if you dig larger holes to fit a number of bulbs together, they'll come up in more
Has your place been looking a little . . . clogged up lately? Well, it may be time to do a little cleaning up! However, if you've been following these rules below, you wouldn't need a decluttering session as your home is guaranteed to be clutter-free.
1. Paint for results that will last for years. This has the green effect of reducing the amount of material you use over time. Buy quality paint and...
How can you prepare for a healthier, energy-efficient, and money-saving winter? Take care of your HVAC ductwork by cleaning, repairing, and insulating...
I love a plain pencil skirt as much as the next curvy chick. But such a basic bottom makes that fitted blazer, chunky sweater, or midriff top do all the glam work.
If you're feeling anxious about being cooped up this Fall and Winter, these simple decorating ideas will lift your spirits faster than a hot toddy!
Want a spectacular show of perennials in your garden early next spring? If so, now’s the time to plant flowering favorites like hellebore, phlox...
“Wastelands” seeks to showcase forgotten places around the city.
On Wednesday, the Philadelphia Naval Yard will be hosting “Design Out Loud,” an event challenging 13 teams and showcasing their quartz sculptures.
Good news, tech-savvy decorators: revamping your home has never been easier. Whether you are looking to purchase furniture, paint your walls, or simply...
The similarities between the massive, decaying Delaware Station next to Philadelphia's Penn Treaty Park and the Franklin Institute on Logan Square may not be immediately obvious, but they are really sister buildings. Both were designed by Philadelphia architect John T. Windrim in the early 20th century, and dressed in the classical drapery of the past. Yet both serve as temples to our modern faith in technology.
 
S. Philly to get library, health & rec center