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Appliances 101

Picking out appliances can be overwhelming, but take heart. These New Hampshire appliance experts can help you sort through the newest trends and questions about quality.

A Livable Living Room

Designer Amy Mitchell combined the formal with the functional in her Federal home in Hopkinton.

Going Green in Your Home

Remodel responsibly with green energy and other sustainable living tips from New Hampshire builders.

Style Your Yard with Outdoor Furniture

Local experts reveal the latest trends in patio furniture just in time for backyard barbecue season.

The Best Gardens to Explore This May

Let there be flowers! A new season of gardening begins this month, and we've highlighted our favorite gardens and plant sales to help you celebrate all of May's flowers.

Forget Man Caves—Build a She Space

Rooms designed for downtime for the woman of the house are all the rage. Learn how to set one up with help from three New Hampshire designers.

Home Makeover on a Dime

Refreshing your home doesn’t have to mean big bucks and complicated renovation projects. Here are several excellent resources to get your DIY home makeover started.

A Passion for Primrose

To kick off spring, we explore the many varieties of this favorite of Granite State gardeners.

Renovating do’s and don’ts

If you’re thinking of starting work on your home, then save yourself a few headaches with these pointers from seasoned contractors and homeowners.

The Soul of Home

What makes a house a home? Author Howard Mansfield explores this sense of place in his book “Dwelling in Possibility: Searching for the Soul of Shelter.”

Holiday Decorating Tips From the Professionals

Each year local designers transform the Bedford Village Inn into a holiday wonderland. See how it’s done and what you can apply to your own home.

Welcome to the Maker Movement

To stay grounded in an increasingly virtual world, couples like Ellen and Stefan Foord are taking matters into their own hands (and evangelizing their neighbors). Take heed, the “maker” movement is out to change everything.
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