Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Inquirer Daily News

Home & Design

Over the last several months, architects, interior designers, and buyers for glamorous brands like Saks Fifth Avenue, W Hotels, and Restoration Hardware have all been making the same pilgrimage - to a decidedly unglamorous corner of Kensington.
Oh, to have a personal garden guru, a seer with the knowledge and experience to steer us toward plants too great to fail.
Repot water-stressed, container-grown plants. We're heading into what's usually the hottest part of the summer, so now is the time to repot any pot-bound plants that are drying out too quickly. You can tell if this is going on when leaves wilt frequently,
Q: My wife took an amazing photo with her phone of the beach at dawn, and it was in a misty fog. We were on vacation, and you can sort of see our kids and our dog running together in the background. I love how peaceful it feels and want to enlarge it to hang in our bedroom. What's the best way to have a mural or poster made from this photo?
What’s old is new these days in the home décor field, where used wooden fencing is in high demand. The rugged, weathered look of reclaimed wood fits...
With the right combination of style and function, getting your dream closet is possible.
Summer is peak season for gorgeous fresh flowers. What a pleasure to walk through fragrant, lushly blooming gardens in backyards and parks! And what...
Farm 51 was bustling on a Thursday in early July, as neighbors poured into the lush educational farm and market to load up on kale and collards, eggs in delicate shades of beige, cream, and blue, bunches of herbs, and jars of honey.
You may be strapped for cash, but that doesn't mean your home has to be strapped for style.
In the past week, two homes originally owned by two prominent Philadelphia families have come on the market.
At 8 a.m. on a Saturday in mid-July, a time many teenagers prefer to be asleep, Mika'al Broadus, a rising senior at Roxborough High School, was already at work at Agatston Urban Nutrition Initiative's University City High School garden, harvesting armfuls of kale.
Time to repot