Thinking about a new house for your family? Not sure where to start. How about shopping for the neighborhood first? see more
We were lucky to spend a few hours with the superhero of staining, Bruce Johnson from Minwax at Habitat for Humanity ReStore in Philadelphia. What’s better than DIYing? Sharing and learning new skills with friends. I’ve been watching Bruce Johnson’s skills for years, as he is the spokesperson and wood … see more
We chose an elevated planter box, because it is versatile for most spaces and easy-to-use as a garden box or as a spot to keep drinks for a backyard party.
Here’s the how-to for the project that we shared with Habitat for Humanity ReStore’s blog. see more
Creating that perfect backyard grilling experience just takes a little bit of easy prep work. I’m sharing a few essentials with Hoss magazine that will help get you ready before firing up your grill for that next party.
Shopping for a chandelier can be overwhelming until you can unlock some of the mystery. Whether your style is coastal casual or art deco or industrial funk, there is a chandelier for you. With finishes ranging from wood and wrought iron to upcycled bottles and fishing lures to crystal and … see more
Your home can create a better life with Alzheimer’s disease or dementia. We need to be better prepared with both empathy and a smart plan to best care for our aging family members. Theresa is speaking at Acts Retirement in Southampton, PA on Sunday, March 26th at 2:30pm about home … see more
Theresa is sharing a Home Design Prescription for Alzheimer’s disease with senior centers, nursing homes, and retirement communities. see more
“Think of a she shed as a magical place. Allow yourself the freedom to not feel guilty for enjoying it.” -theresa see more
Beyond the kitschy man cave style of automobile interior decor, a home can be stylishly driven. see more
A few tiny house design essentials can make any size house a bit happier. While my version of tiny is different than yours, we can agree that small means a more minimal lifestyle than most of us are accustomed to living. Even if you aren’t embracing a more minimalist … see more