That warm welcome is just the beginning of the personalized service Beth offers at Chestnut Hill, filled with gifts, art, jewelry and interior decorations.
It’s a big promise to plaster the words “How to save our economy $50 at a time” on the cover of a magazine.
The 1926 Historic Ridgewood home of Russ Hensch seems as if it came straight off the pages of a fairy tale. A welcoming pergola greets you at the foot of a winding sidewalk leading up to the home. Couple that with elaborate landscape design and the home’s rich, warm colors, and one can imagine Hansel and Gretel skipping up to the classic Tudor door.
Want to start your own business? You have to have a plan. And financing. Along the way you’ll need discipline, strategies, marketing ideas, an understanding of efficient business technologies and encouragement that you can succeed. It helps to have a mentor. The authors of these books can help.
Sometimes it takes an expert to bring that dream home out of your imagination. You know what you want ... but can you create it? Whether you wish to remodel or merely make minor changes to your landscaping and decor, here is advice from designers who can help you customize your living space to your life.
Christian-based children’s consignment sale, Lil’ Lambs Closet at Church of the Lakes United Methodist Church, donates thousands to local charities each year.
You’ve probably heard horror stories of home projects left unfinished by a contractor who turns out not to be able to do the work he promised, or who leaves town and leaves you with a mess. If you’re planning on hiring a contractor, here are seven things you need to know to make sure your project goes as planned.