ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Nina Malkin is a writer and editor who has contributed to national magazines and websites for more than 30 years. Her interest in the “shelter” category coincided with the purchase of an 1893 brownstone that needed lots of TLC. She has since written about design, decorating, and DIY for Good Housekeeping, This Old House, Ebony, and ArchitecturalDigest.com. Nina is an avid, keen-eyed thrift shopper whose home is largely done in what she calls “the Arts & Crap” style!
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Get busy in the garden now to put in plants that will reward you with bountiful blooms for many years to come.
These great-looking, easy-care plants can create a pretty paradise in virtually any container.
Grow your culinary skills with these pretty—and pretty tasty—ingredients straight from the garden.
Q: We like to decorate our front porch and walkway with carved jack-o’-lanterns, but the last two years, squirrels invaded and chewed them to pieces! We don’t want to harm the creatures, ...
Beckon these fanciful flyers to your outdoor space for major mosquito control.
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Perk up your place—and celebrate Earth Day in style—with furnishings, fixtures, accessories, and appliances that do right by the planet as well as your home.
Spruce up and organize your in-house workstation to reflect your style and get more done every day.
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Buying a house is already a tedious process, and buying a foreclosure adds another layer to it. Learn from experts and homeowners who have already been through the process of buying a for...