This month marks one year since stay-at-home orders were put in place. While those were lifted, many people are still spending most of their time at home, and many are still working from home. Working from home definitely has its perks. But if you’re still making do with what once seemed to be a temporary situation, you might think of this as your cue to make some changes and upgrades to your home.
I have found a number of reliable, classic clean-lined light fixtures that work in just about any home. And most of them are readily available with little or no lead time. Here are some of my favorites:
People of all ages are taking selfies and posting them online. Want your selfie to stand out from the rest? I caught up with our own About photographer, Julie Botos, to get some tips for taking the best selfie. Here is what she had to say.
With only space for one photo on the cover and a few inside — there are lots of “leftover” photos that don’t make it into the maga- zine each month. Here is one that didn’t make it. Since we decided not to start the magazine with it, we decided to end the magazine with it. All it took to create this image was a dark, scary basement, a single light — and a big smile.
Lighting your home’s exterior for the holidays isn’t always as easy as it seems. Many people have started hiring professionals to get it done each year, figuring the cost involved beats the time, energy and frustration of handling it on their own.