ROSESSmooth Rose’s Arching, Not-So-Thorny Canes Provide Beauty All Year
Plant Rosa blanda, native from the Great Lakes eastward, for its long bloom season, pollinator food and attractive red hips in autumnFull Story
TROPICAL STYLESpotted: A Cane Comeback
Warm and natural cane furniture and accessories lend a laid-back feel inside and outFull Story
DECORATING GUIDESHow to Remove Wallpaper in 4 Steps
Learn the best way to remove wallpaper with only water (and elbow grease) so your next wall treatment will look greatFull Story
HOUSEKEEPINGOut, Darn Spot! Tips for Removing Carpet Stains
Know the right solutions and when to use them to prevent stains from pets, soda, chocolate, blood and moreFull Story
BUDGET DECORATINGFlea Market Treasures: The Cane Chair
Just look what you can do with a common used-furniture findFull Story
HOUSEKEEPINGHow to Remove Water Rings From Wood Tables
You may be surprised by some of these ideas for removing cloudy white water marks from wood surfacesFull Story
WALL TREATMENTSRemovable vs. Traditional Wallcoverings: Which Is Right for You?
Read about the pros and cons — and see great examples — of wallcovering options available for your homeFull Story
CEILINGSHow to Remove, Hide and Play Down a Popcorn Ceiling
When it comes to dealing with stucco overhead, you’ve got optionsFull Story
HOUSEKEEPINGThe Simple Way to Remove Wax From Candlesticks
Before you make a mess of things, read these easy steps for removing melted wax from your candlesticksFull Story
LIFEYou Said It: ‘Rather Than Remove Them, They Framed Them’
Design advice, inspiration and observations that struck a chord this weekFull Story
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