Thursday, April 26, 2007
  • What Does a Room Need To Be Labeled a Bedroom?

    Q: We’re planning to sell our house, and aren’t sure whether to list it as a three- or four-bedroom house. My wife says it’s three, because one “bedroom” doesn’t have a window.

  • Shady Cove urges green homes

    With a new water system on tap and a proposed expansion of its urban growth boundary in the offing, many people think the city of Shady Cove is on the cusp of a building boom, and the city council is...

  • Notoriously BIG

    Little things may mean a lot, but the race for ever-larger luxury home appliances shows no signs of slowing.

  • How Green Is Bamboo?

    You’re installing wood floors in your home and you want to do something that is eco-friendly, so you decide to look into bamboo flooring.

  • Backyard Golf

    If you are serious about your golf game, or if you’re looking for a way to make your backyard into a playground, you might want to meet Doug Norby.

  • Etched In Stone

    Laser engraving technology makes it possible to put any likeness on tile or stone.

  • Money Is Available If You Know Where To Look

    If you’ve gone appliance shopping in recent years, you’ve noticed that many dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines and other units carry tags that tout Energy Star ratings.

  • Applegate Couple Proud of Green Home

    Tom and Kathy Carstens are like proud parents when they show visitors around their new home in the Applegate, which was built almost entirely of recycled, reclaimed or natural materials.

  • The Baby Room’s on a Budget

    Sleep will be at a minimum, but finances don’t have to be. Decorating for your new arrival without going into debt is easier than you think.

  • The Many Shades of Green

    The word “green” is being bandied about with increasing frequency these days, as more homeowners, builders, designers and real estate professionals jump on the earth-friendly bandwagon being fueled...

  • Moving Forward in Reverse

    They say you can’t turn back the hands of time.

  • Designing Romance Into Your Decor

    This article is for guys who think about romance only one day a year—Valentine’s Day. Think beyond rose petals on a bedspread and chocolates under pillows.

  • Crafting Creative Spaces: A Spot to Scrapbook, a Corner to Crochet

    A craft room tailor-made to suit your interests can nourish your inner artist – and clear your groaning cupboards of creative clutter. Finally, a place to put the yarn!

  • No More Boring Doors

    Size and style are what’s ‘in’ for in-and-out

  • Hi-Tech Locks Not Hot Sellers

    A few years ago, articles started appearing in the national press about the exploding popularity of keyless locks and sophisticated entry systems for homes.

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Green Living
  • Green is cleaning up

    You know the eco-revolution has turned a corner when lemons start challenging Lysol.

  • Shady Cove urges green homes

    With a new water system on tap and a proposed expansion of its urban growth boundary in the offing, many people think the city of Shady Cove is on the cusp of a building boom, and the city council is...

  • How Green Is Bamboo?

    You’re installing wood floors in your home and you want to do something that is eco-friendly, so you decide to look into bamboo flooring.

  • Money Is Available If You Know Where To Look

    If you’ve gone appliance shopping in recent years, you’ve noticed that many dishwashers, refrigerators, washing machines and other units carry tags that tout Energy Star ratings.

  • Applegate Couple Proud of Green Home

    Tom and Kathy Carstens are like proud parents when they show visitors around their new home in the Applegate, which was built almost entirely of recycled, reclaimed or natural materials.


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