Our Country Home Articles
When people want a new look for their home, it’s easy to focus on the fun stuff. Walls. Furniture. The kitchen.
Don’t forget your floors. It’s easy to lose respect for something that gets walked on every day, something that serves as a receptacle for dirt.
RILEYVILLE, PA — A rag rug is something more than a bit of cloth on a floor. Memories, clothing, shreds of tablecloth, are interwoven.
It’s been said that moving from one house to another is one of the most stressful things an adult will experience in their lifetime.
With summer starting to wind down and September on the horizon, the thoughts of many gardeners may turn to winding down their gardens as well. Not so fast. Late summer and early fall are not only times for harvest and garden cleanup; they are times to plant. And no, it’s not just about bulbs.
In meeting an artist named Mef Gannon, the very first question that comes to mind is: What kind of name is Mef?
What happens when your spouse takes over the house and you feel like there’s no space to call your own?
Birds good and bad:
Depending on the variety, beautiful birds of the Northeast can be good or bad for your garden. Therefore, you want to know which ones to attract and which ones to detract and how to attract the ones you do want and to discourage the ones you don’t.
“Our House,” is what Xeth (pronounced Seth) Feinberg and Rose Bevens like to call their house when they’re not jokingly referring to it as “Belly Acres.” Or perhaps it’s the other way around.
Even small changes can produce big results when it comes to decorating the exterior of your home. Adding curb appeal just requires a combination of a little imagination and inspiration. Check out this list of projects that can easily dress up any style house and make it look its best—and in some cases, even enhance its value.