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lipelipe
While each has its advantages, I prefer the city. But to be fair, the city townhouse shown in the picture above doesn't represent city living for anyone but the 1%.
September 6, 2014 at 1:52PM   
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Urbanata/Steve
The city definitely. Most suburbs are neither urban or rural so they don't offer much other than cheaper housing.
September 6, 2014 at 2:05PM   
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thickskin
@River Valley------- With the humidity almost 100% most days,, and no air-conditioning, No drying of skin or hair. On the contrary, Skin is always moist, and no shriveling here. Plus the locals stay out of the sun, we leave that up to the crazy foreigners.
BTW, I take at least three showers a day.
last Thursday at 5:47PM     
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THE MYSTINFIELD GROUP, LLC
Until the last drop of hot water exits the shower head.
last Friday at 6:51AM     
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3wizkids commented on an ideabook

Checklists for a Well-Stocked Home

Thank-you notes, first-aid kit, clear glass vases ... It’s easy to go with the flow when you’ve got the items you need at hand Full Story
     Comment   August 31, 2014
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3wizkids
I would add a plunger to the list! We are also considering a small generator since we live on Lake Erie and the storms are pretty nasty.
August 31, 2014 at 4:43AM     
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tessmail
Thank you, everyone, for these great lists! I'm going to not only use them myself but for others as gift ideas. I will even go so far as to print them for our children, young adults, who are setting up their household. If there's something on the list they know they would never use, they can always strike through it, but the lists will be a great starting point. As many have, I have put some of these things in place already but others ....well, I can't wait to!
I do keep a notebook for assorted occasion cards and lots of thank you cards. There's just something extra special about getting a card in the mail. Again, thank you everyone for the many great ideas!
September 7, 2014 at 2:17AM   
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LeBlanc Design
Laura- thank you for featuring our Cliffside Perch Bedroom. What a great list to have with the holidays approaching!
last Thursday at 6:25AM     
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aquadrmr
We've composted for years. We don't get a lot if compost because we're not religious about turning & watering it. But it doesn't go into the landfill& we do get some compost.
September 5, 2014 at 9:52PM     
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czutavern
We got a dark colored covered plastic storage bin, drilled drainage holes, and stir as needed. About a $5.00 investment. Hosehold waste is stored in a cofee can in the frig intil it fills, then taken to the compost bin.
We are in north east Ohio and compost all year long.
We placed it behind a garage and have had no problems with the night creatures or any odors.
September 6, 2014 at 5:01AM     
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Shanghai Green Antiques
Totally Agree with Studio D. Interiors - exposed bricks can add a touch of unfinished intrigue.to any room, and of course provide an excellent backdrop for rustic or tribal pieces..

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July 24, 2014 at 2:52AM   
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July 30, 2014 at 4:00AM   
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Karen
Oh my...So much hatin' on stainless steel! I love SS countertops. You can set hot pans on them, they are indestructible, clean-looking and timeless.
September 3, 2014 at 6:59PM   
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thedarlingsbecca
Tired, tired, tired of stainless steel...
September 7, 2014 at 10:05PM     
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granny4five
I just remodeled my kitchen and family room wet bar/coffee bar. My main sink in the kitchen is fire clay and I love it. The island sink is stainless steel, I hate it...takes too much time to clean. My family room bar is composite and is great...wished I used that for my island sink.
July 30, 2014 at 6:46AM   
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granny4five
I also went from a triple sink, 2 basins and small garbage disposal in the middle 43", to a 40" single basin. Love my single basin, fits all my pots and pans.
July 30, 2014 at 6:50AM   
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anne dee
I like the modern table because of the wheels. Ends up being a versatile piece of furniture easily moveable.
June 21, 2013 at 9:59AM   
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bluenan
Sorry, but I don't find the lines of your "traditional" table to be elegant at all. Oak is not generally thought of as an elegant wood.
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June 21, 2013 at 10:48AM   
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3wizkids
Grout is the worst thing to clean and I have small white tiles with what used to be white grout on my bathroom floor. I have given up on it.
August 29, 2014 at 7:42PM     
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Joanna Perkins
Yes, I inherited a "spa bath" with jets too… same issue, of course.
last Wednesday at 12:25PM     
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northgreenliving
We have limestone floor tiles throughout the main floor. Any suggestions on the best cleaner for them? Would love a no-rinse solution.
last Saturday at 9:33AM   
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glendadw
I chose basement. It is as large as the upstairs, but it feels so much like a dungeon that I don't like to be down there. There is a bedroom. Even though it has nice furniture and carpet, it feels creepy to me. And there is no bathroom down there. I have a well-appointed sewing area, but where do I sew? I drag everything upstairs to sew. Maybe the basement needs all new lighting!
August 20, 2014 at 8:39AM   
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Republic Gardens
Going for home value, I'd pick the kitchen.
August 20, 2014 at 10:47AM   
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nkahovec
I would like to add a 3 season room on my back deck.
12 hours ago   
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Anna Poels
With four musicians in one house, I would definitely add a music room.
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joanworgan
fireplaces
September 3, 2014 at 7:49AM   
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studio10001
...I don't know the guy's name.... never seen him, just his work.
September 3, 2014 at 8:00AM   
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